Resources

Found 37 resources with the medium "One-time Activity or Program".

Example: Shredding Day

  This is an example for an activity initiated at Congregation Agudath Israel of West Essex. For more info and inquiries about this activity, reach out to communications@agudath.org or contact us at seal@hazon.org and we will connect you with the CAI green team!  

Free Environmental Education Resources for Students and Teachers

Distributed by the EPA mailer on 8/15/2019. We’d love to hear from you if you are using any of these! The new school year is already upon students and teachers. To help kickoff the new year, EPA has a lot of free resources available in hard copy on environmental education, including on reducing, reusing and recycling. […]

Kol Koreh: Recruit Green Team Members with this Graphic

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 […]

Counting for the Climate: Omer 5779

Please click here to access a calendar leading up to Shavuot made by Interfaith Power & Light. This organization is mobilizing a religious response to global warming. The mission of Interfaith Power & Light is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and […]

Hazon’s NEW Tu B’shvat Haggadah!

Tu B’Shvat is an ancient celebration of the new year for trees. It has changed and evolved over twenty centuries, and has never been more vital or significant than it is today. We live in an era in which sustainable forestry is more widely practiced than ever before, yet deforestation is a powerful driver of climate […]

New Year For The Animals

Did you know that Judaism has a New Year for the Animals? It’s called Rosh Hashanah La’Behemot, and it falls on Elul 1. Rosh Hashanah La’Behemot is a time for us to honor our relationships with behemot, the animals in our lives. The holiday has not been celebrated extensively since Temple times. There is room for creativity and interpretation in […]

Animals

Tza’ar baalei chayim, or prevention of unnecessary cruelty to animals, is a core concept in the Torah. The resources below are great tools to explore our relationship to animals, and to discover ways to look at our treatment of animals through a Jewish lens. “Source Sheet: Jewish Perspectives On Animals” provides Jewish texts and rabbinical […]

Hazon CSA Shabbat

Coordinating a Hazon CSA Shabbat meal offers the opportunity to bring members together to celebrate Shabbat all across North America. Participants will get to eat from their CSA box at a potluck locally, while united with other Hazon CSAs doing the same thing in their own communities. It is a chance to come together and […]

Temple Isaiah Social Action Seder

Here, access Temple Isaiah of Stony Brook New York’s 2009 Passover Seder Hagaddah, entitled “Food as a Tool for Social Justice: Creating a healthier, more sustainable community and world”, as well as their “Cliff Notes” guide to leading a service using this Hagaddah. Click here to access the Hagaddah. Click here to access the Leader’s […]

​Staff Training Sessions on Group Management, Questioning Strategies, and Blending Jewish and Scientific Learning

These training sessions were implemented during the Spring 2017 Outdoor Education Staff Training weekend, at Tamarack Camps. The participants were ages 19 to 70+ (largely ages 19-25), and ranged in experience levels from brand new to very experienced (largely new). These staff training sessions focus on essential skills for the educators that work at Tamarack Camps […]

Food Justice Shabbat Dinner

This program brought members of the Jewish community together for a Shabbat dinner that highlighted local and ethically sourced ingredients while educating participants about issues of food justice in our city. The dinner included sharing stories, discussion questions, and conversations about ways to help promote equal food access. We partnered with a local food justice […]

Torah Theater: Ancestral Wisdom in the Wilderness

This program, called Torah Theater, is about drawing from the strength of our ancestors, and the robustness of Jewish tradition, while preparing for a wilderness challenge. Serach Bat-Asher is a mystical, mysterious, wise, and perhaps immortal woman – what can we learn from her stories? This program invites the kids to act out some of […]