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Israel Philharmonic releases Tu Bishvat outdoor video celebrating nature

"Here at the Israel Philharmonic, music is in our nature, and performing, especially outdoors, helps connect us to the natural world."

1971 JNF Tu Bishvat

Seeing the Forest Through the Trees – A Tu Bishvat Yarzheit

Planting those trees – years before the State of Israel was declared – demanded boundless belief and optimism.


TikTok’s ‘Jew Who Loves Trees’ wants you to take Tu b’Shvat seriously

The goal, he told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, is to “do really particular storytelling in order to create a connection between a person and a tree.”

A WOMAN in Jerusalem takes part in a corona-era campaign by Israel’s Nature and Parks Authority call

Celebrating trees and gardens in honor of Tu Bishvat season

This week the Jewish calendar marks the New Year for trees, Tu Bishvat. Beginning with the Mishna in Rosh Hashanah, the occasion has been turned by many communities into a fruit festival.

Tree planting event in Kibbutz Nahal Oz on the Gaza Border

Just as my ancestors planted for me…Tu BiShvat 2021 with JNF-USA

Tu Bishvat became a day for planting trees, and in 1908, Jewish National Fund and the educational system officially adopted this practice.

Tu Bishvat: For the first time ever, plant a tree via Zoom

Planting a tree in the Land of Israel has great meaning and creates a profound connection between the person planting the tree and the land.

Tu Bishvat: Trees in Jerusalem & the Judean Hills

A census of Jerusalem trees undertaken seven years ago by the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel reported that some 4,900 trees in the city that are at least a half-century old.


Because of the trees - opinion

It is believed that sooner or later the number of MKs will grow from 120 to at least 140.

Trees and life

Trees play an important role throughout the Bible, beginning with the Garden of Eden and its tree of life and tree of knowledge of good and bad (Genesis 2:9).

A wind driven wildfire in the hills of Canyon Country north of Los Angeles, California

Drones plant trees from the sky after US wildfires

Heatwaves and dry-lightning coincided with drier conditions that climate scientists blame on global warming.

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