Galloping forward

The Gazelle Valley green lung looks to add a visitors center, wading ponds, outdoor classrooms and shaded areas, as its guardians remain wary of money-making schemes to exploit the space.

November 3, 2016 20:05
The Gazelle Valley

The Gazelle Valley. (photo credit: DOV GREENBLAT)


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At this time of year, Gazelle Valley is bathed in shades of brown and yellow, waiting for the winter rains. At 8 a.m., three graceful gazelles slowly emerge from their 8-hectare haven and approach a tree, eat their fill of olives and then shrink back into the fields.

A small group of gazelles gathers at the foot of one of Gazelle Valley’s “outdoor classrooms.” Their big black eyes peek out from under the staircase to watch the daily yoga class.


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