Purchase this resource here. Special Discount for Seal Sites: Use the promo code ENGAGEMENT20 at check out to receive a 20% discount Recharging Judaism is the essential and timely guide for every synagogue and community seeking to strengthen the bonds of Jewish communal life through advocating for social justice. This volume delves into the enriching civic […]
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 […]
Find resources on how to grow certain vegetables and then what to do with them once harvested. Arugula Beets Bell Peppers Bok Choi Broccoli Rabe Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Celery Chives Collard Greens Eggplant Escarole Garlic Scapes Garlic Kohlrabi Leeks Lettuce Mustard Greens Onions Parsley Parsnips Pea Shoots Potatoes Radishes Rutabaga Scallions Summer Squash
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Greening your congregation is about finding new ways to put your Jewish values into action every day. Greening Synagogues: Lessons from the Jewish Greening Fellowship, the twelfth volume in SYNERGY’s Innovations and Strategies for Synagogues of Tomorrow series offers practical wisdom for greening synagogues from those who participated in the Fellowship.
Learn about various Jewish traditions and their spiritual basis, and how farming and sustainability can be spiritual and religious activities.
The following give a background to Jewish environmentalism and information on Jewish sustainable agriculture.
Provided are perspectives on urban living through a Jewish lens and includes biblical texts on communal responsibility, urban farming, and moral thoughts regarding where we live, as well as how to start worm composting.
The Jewish Farm School led a workshop series dedicated to teaching traditional “shtetl skills,” including learning on shmita, permaculture, and cheese making.