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KKL Finland’s centenary celebrations, which began in February this year with a gala event at the Jewish Community Center in Helsinki, continued this month with a week-long mission to Israel.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas plants a tree by the Yad Kennedy Memorial on his first visit to Israel as foreign minister.
35 trees are planted in Tzora-Presidents’ Forest and another 35 will be planted in Budapest, totaling 70 trees in honor of Israel’s 70th birthday.
Dear hikers and walkers, if you come across a sheep or two grazing in a KKL-JNF Forest, there is no cause for alarm. These happy munchers and the forest are helping each other.
The 21st Walk for Water, an annual tradition led by KKL France, had participants trek for four days in the Galilee, tracing the footsteps of ancient and modern Jewish settlement.
“This is how we envisage Israeli forests in the future. The planted pine forest has been thinned out nicely, leaving room for it for natural woodland species such as mastic, oak, almond and carob."
This KKL-JNF House is the first of ten planned to help youth in Israel’s outlying regions succeed academically, closing gaps between them and their peers in more central regions.
The muddy earth posed no obstacle for the 80 Evangelical Christians from Belgium who came to plant trees in the land of Israel with their own hands.
Over 100 people attend a KKL Finland Gala Evening on February 3, which took place at the Jewish Community Center in Helsinki.
“This year's festival is the first in a tradition we are creating here, to hold an annual flowers festival in the center of the country."
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