Resources

Found 15 resources with the tag "Jewish food movement".

Shamayim: Jewish Animal Advocacy

Shamayim is a Jewish animal advocacy organization that works to fight for ethical treatment of animals. The information below comes from their website. Mission Shamayim: Jewish Animal Advocacy is a non-profit organization that educates leaders, trains advocates, and leads campaigns for the ethical treatment of animals.  About Us “Shamayim” means “Heaven” in Hebrew. The goal […]

Jewish Farm School Shmita Resources

Complete Jewish Farm School resources dedicated to Shmita.

Jewish Calendar Resources

Includes text studies, activities, and resource sheets dedicated to learning about the Jewish calendar and its agricultural roots.

Jewish Farm School Complete Curricula

Complete curricula on Jewish gardening education.

The Humane Society

The Humane Society of the United States is the nation’s largest and best known animal protection organization.

Home for Dinner

A middle-school program that uses family dinners as a strategy to reclaim and strengthen Jewish family life.

Setting the Table

Four-part series of cooking classes for new and expectant parents that gives parents tools to strengthen Jewish life as their family grows.

Sustainable Shabbat Dinner

A guide to help plan Shabbat meals, from thinking about what to serve to bringing insightful Jewish learning to your Shabbat table. In partnership with NEXT: A Division of Birthright Israel Foundation.

Min Ha’Aretz: Making Meaning from Our Food

A student curriculum and lesson plan manual for students grades 5-9 to explore the relationship between Jewish texts, traditions, and practices and the food we eat. Includes experiential programs to further explore these issues.

Agricultural Laws Resources

Resources intended to be used when teaching the Jewish biblical agricultural laws.

Farm Bill Resources

These resources focus on background policy information and how reforming the Farm Bill is a Jewish issue.

Fit to Eat

This guide provides a framework to learn more about our food system and Jewish traditions surrounding food justice; identify challenges specific to your local community; and create a plan for action that builds on the existing programs, skills, and assets of your Jewish institution.