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About 500 residents from Gaza border communities participate in a fun nature day at the KKL-JNF Nes Harim Field and Forest Center.
Teens build an experiential app to navigate Balfour Forest, as a culmination of an intensive summer program at the KKL-JNF House of Excellence in Upper Nazareth.
About 250 teachers, principals and educators are participating in the conference, which is held annually by the KKL-JNF Youth and Education Division’s Overseas Department.
Visiting UK teens team up with youth from the Carmiel Children’s Village for a day of fun summer activities run by KKL-JNF’s Education Division, thanks to a donation from friends of KKL Switzerland.
A large delegation of young politicians from Germany arrived at the German States Forest in the Negev on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, to take part in the inauguration of a grove of trees in his memory.
On Thursday, July 19, Prime Minister of Hungary Mr. Viktor Orbán, who was accompanied by his wife Anikó, planted an olive tree at KKL-JNF’s Grove of Nations in Jerusalem.
KKL-JNF World Conference on Education for educators, principals and teachers from throughout the world will take place on July 18-25.
"Water sensitive cities deliver water security in both water-poor and water abundant futures."
KKL-JNF collaborates with Bedouin communities in the Negev to protect the environment.
Tenth graders from the Carmel School in Western Australia visited the Negev community of Merhav Am as part of the school’s Shorashim program.
Scientists, experts, and officials gathered at the Weizmann Institute for the annual Conference for Science and Environment, which took place on June 21 and 22, 2018.
KKL-JNF is continuing with its campaign to save Israel’s prickly pear cacti from further serious damage by the cochineal scale insect, which has been spreading throughout the north of Israel.
A first of its kind therapeutic relaxation garden was inaugurated in the maternity ward of Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in Hadera.
Japanese musicologist Prof. Ryuichi Higuchi visits the Books of Honor in Jerusalem, to see the honorary inscription of his grandfather who saved 20,000 Jews fleeing Nazi Germany.
Togo Foreign Minister Robert Dussey: “May this carob tree grow strong and represent Togo in Israel forever.”
As a renowned global leader in the struggle against desertification, KKL-JNF represented Israel at the 13th United Nations Forum on Forests held in New York in May.
KKL-JNF supplies saplings for the Gaza border communities’ “They Burn, We Plant” initiative.
The visit was designed to strengthen their connection with the country and give them the opportunity to witness KKL-JNF’s activities for Israel, first-hand.
KKL-JNF-sponsored research on afforestation, water source enrichment and environmental resources presented to the general public at the annual Land Development Administration research seminar.
German Bundestag delegation plants a screen of trees for residents' safety in Kibbutz Sufa by the Gaza border, accompanied by KKL-JNF.
Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela Rodriguez planted an olive sapling in the KKL-JNF Grove of Nations in Jerusalem, as a sign of the strong friendship between his country and Israel.
KKL-JNF firefighters on the Gaza border have been working furiously to control and
repair the damage from field and forest fires, lit by flaming kites flown from Gaza.
A KKL-JNF delegation sets out to Hungary to explore possibilities for environmental collaboration with Hungarian government ministries and to strengthen ties with the local Jewish community.
Hundreds of Israeli children and their families celebrated International Earth Day in the Rosh HaAyin Community Forest in central Israel.
Thirteen Canadian university students took part in this year’s JNFU 10 day trip to Israel, in order to strengthen their ties to the country and learn more about it.
This emergency campaign is being supported by friends of KKL-JNF from all over the world.
Grove of trees dedicated in honor of Italian Ambassador to Israel, Gianluigi Benedetti, in Tzora-President’s Forest in the Judean Plain.
Cycling single dedicated in Israel’s Haruvit Forest in honor of renowned cyclist Gino Bartali, who helped rescue Italian Jews during the Holocaust.
JNF Australia representatives visit environmental quality and community development projects they support, which are changing lives in southern and northern Israel.
A multi-sensory science garden is inaugurated by JNF Australia in the Jordan River Village, an overnight for children with serious illnesses and special needs.