Receive 10% Off Your Printing Needs! We are pleased to offer printing discounts to Hazon Seal sites who order from EcoFriendly Printer (NY based). Greg Barber of EcoFriendly Printer has been working with Hazon for years and researches the most sustainable materials on the market. All Hazon Seal Sites are receiving 10% off! See below […]
This 4 page resource provides a useful overview of Shmita and provides some useful information about how you can incorporate the values of Shmita into your life. The resource can be found here.
This Haggadah supplement was put together by the Heschel Center for Sustainability. It has many stories and text studies that connect the Passover story to sustainability and the environment. It explores our connection to the environment, the place Passover has in a modern world, and the social contexts of slavery.
This brief 2-page document can be handed out to your community to inform them about the importance of higher welfare eggs and how they can look for higher welfare eggs in their grocery store. It provides a good overview of higher welfare eggs if your institution is looking into making the switch from conventional eggs.
Find the Hazon Seal logo and other Hazon Logos for download here. Year-specific Hazon Seal logos you may use on your various communications channels once you are certified (as illustrated below) can be downloaded by clicking here.
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale (the “Bayit”) created these “Guidelines for Events Held at the Bayit”. It includes a clear mission statement indicating environmental protection as a priority, and include the Hazon Seal logo (available for download here). The guidelines encourage members to minimize waste and includes instructions regarding collection and separation of waste at Bayit events. […]
Sustainability work often happens in supply closets. On roofs. In the boiler room. Let’s bring it out of the shadows! By participating in the Hazon Seal of Sustainability, you are committing to improving sustainability at your organization. Publicizing your sustainability work is a requirement for participation, but also helps you multiply your impact. We know […]
Kol Koreh means “a voice calling” in Hebrew. A Kol Koreh simply means announcements “calling all!” – in this case, to join the awesome green team of your institution/community! Use the graphics below on your website, e-blasts and newsletters, social media, and bulletin boards. Add contact info and you are set! We hope this will […]
Rabbi Rain Zohav, Executive Director, Jews of the Earth Home base: Washington DC Rabbi Rain Zohav has been concerned about the environment since participating in the very first Earth Day at UCLA. The information learned that day inspired her to undertake advocacy for a recycling center in her small town. After high school, she made aliyah […]
We had a truly fantastic webinar this week and I would like to, again, thank our friend Gary Oppenheimer for his inspirational and helpful talk. It was a real treat. I encourage all of you to check out the recording if you missed it. Gary suggests an easy lift that could make a big difference. […]
Each year, Temple Solel of Hollywood, Florida, plans and executes a major annual program called the King Tide Event. Over 100 community members come together during the King Tide to observe, measure, and learn about the sea level rise in Temple Solel’s community. Click HERE for for their Planning a King Tide Event guide to […]
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