In order to allow people to go out during this summer, the KKL-JNF has organized several activities for the people of Israel.
With the advent of working from home and remote locations, It no longer matters where an employer is situated. “Someone can hire an employee that is living in Zefat or Kiryat Shemona."
Daniel Atar says that ‘Israel 2040’, KKL-JNF’s plan for settling massive numbers of people in the Negev and Galilee, can make these areas become bloom in 20 years.
His Eminence Cardinal Dominik Duka, the Archbishop of Czech Republic, celebrates Tu Bishvat at his palace next to the Prague Castle, with KKL-JNF Czech Repubic.
Beersheba Mayor: "This is not just a plan of the Beer Sheva municipality; this is a national project."
Accompanying ‘Seed a Memory’ campaign allows you to name trees for Lithuanian Jews who perished the Holocaust, with the help of an online memorial wall.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin: “The heart expands at seeing everyone here”
Tu Bishvat 2020: "Just like all the other kids planting trees today, we too - we want to plant and we can plant," said Tahel Cohen, aged 11.
Four-hundred Jewish and Bedouin schoolchildren from all over the Negev come together to plant trees for Tu Bishvat in Lahav Forest.
KKL-JNF’s online 100,000 Tree Challenge is Israel’s biggest eco-tech project yet