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Tu Bishvat: Happy new year! (That is, if you’re a tree!)

Tree-planting ceremonies are traditional on Tu Bishvat in Israel, where the soil is holy

Redesign the JPOST logo for Tu BiShvat!

The top 10 logos receiving the most votes online will be presented to an expert panel of judges who will declare the final winner.

Tu BiShvat: Vote for JPost's.com new 'tree logo'

Help Jewish National Fund-USA and The Jerusalem Post say happy birthday to the trees.

'What to do' ideas in Israel for Tu Bishvat

Need plans for Tu Bishvat? Look no further

By MEITAL SHARABI
06/02/2020

Pascale's Kitchen: Tu Bishvat delicacies

The festive meal, involves lots of sweet and savory dishes, including dried fruits, halvah, special holiday cookies and candies shaped as children and animals. After, a festive meat meal is served.

Arava region of Israel about to be 100% solar powered

What Israel – and the world – can learn from the Arava

By YOSEF ISRAEL ABRAMOWITZ
05/02/2020

A Holocaust survivor's take on importance of planting trees in Israel

'To me that forest represented a small victory in the Jewish struggle for survival.'

By CHARLES TICHO
05/02/2020
Planting a tree in Rosh Pina forest

School girls killed by Jordanian soldier remembered at tree-planting ceremony

While they were at the Island of Peace in Naharayim, Ahmed Daqamseh, a Jordanian soldier in an observation tower, opened fire, killing the seven girls and wounding 13 others, including one teacher.

Time for Tu Bishvat

Here are a few places to visit during the holiday.

By MEITAL SHARABI
17/01/2019
Umm al-hiran

Reclaiming Service: Planting the seeds of Jewish values

This story highlights the importance of thoughtfulness, forward thinking and generosity. At the same time, it underscores the very essence of Jewish continuity.

By RABBI BENJI LEVY
17/01/2019
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