We’re excited to share our newly updated “Healthy & Sustainable Tu B’Shvat Resources,” where we share tips and suggestions for ways you can get into the spirit of the holiday while celebrating your values of living well by the earth. We’ve got a recipe for Homemade Fig Newtons, sources for local wheat and dates, and a full aray of tips to make your Tu B’Shvat great, including the Hazon Tu B’Shvat Hagaddah and Leader’s Guide. Whether you’ll be diving into Jewish tradition at a Tu B’Shvat seder, or just giving your favorite tree a hug, we hope you have a great holiday!
Read our Healthy, Sustainable Tu B’Shvat Resources – 2012 Edition
Tu B’Shvat events and more:
- Pinot and Pomegranate: The Best Tu B’Shvat Party in NYC, Wednesday, February 8th, NYC
- Taste of Hazon: A Culinary Celebration of Tu B’Shvat, Tuesday, February 7th, Philadelphia
- Adult Seder at Urban Adamah, Tuesday, February 7th, Berkeley, CA
- Tree b’Earthday: Tu B’Shvat Retreat at Isabella Freedman, February 3-5, Falls Village, CT
- Tu B’Shvat Happenings in Denver and Boulder, Colorado
- Wilderness Torah’s Tu B’Shvat in the Redwoods, Oakland, CA
- A Tu B’Shvat Seder with JMC Brooklyn, Pursue, and Brooklyn Jews, Brooklyn, NY
- Birthright Israel NEXT has an interactive map of events going on across the USA.
- Jewcology has a great list of materials from many other Jewish environmental organizations
Is there an event or seder in your area? Add it to the comments!