About Jewcology


What is ?

Jewcology is a project of graduates of ROI (http://roicommunity.org), who have come together to create a resource for the entire Jewish-environmental community.  Jewcology incorporates collaboration from a wide range of Jewish environmental leaders and organizations worldwide.  This project was funded by the ROI Innovation Fund.  

The long-term goal of this project is to build a multi-denominational, multi-generational, regionally diverse community of Jewish environmental activists, who are learning from one another and from an expanding set of Jewish-environmental resources, how to educate their communities about our Jewish responsibility to protect the environment.

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Leadership Trainings

Based on a tool created by Harvard University, Jewcology has developed a new Leadership Training for Jewish environmentalists:
Connecting to the Heart: A Leadership Tool for Engaging the Unengaged

The training was delivered at the following sites:

  • March 13-14, 2011 - Baltimore, MD - Kayam Beit Midrash (complete - read all about it)
  • June 1-2, 2011 -  Cold Spring, NY - Teva Seminar on Jewish Environmental Education (complete - read all about it)
  • August 21 - UC Davis - Hazon Food Conference - (complete - see pictures)
  • June 14, 2012-   Cold Spring, NY - Teva Seminar on Jewish Environmental Education Learn More!

Bring a leadership training to your community.  Contact us for more information.


Press about Jewcology


Who is behind Jewcology?


Founding Organizations

These organizations contributed funds and extensive in-kind efforts to make Jewcology a reality.

Partner Organizations

Jewcology is partnering with these organizations to provide unique Jewish-environmental tools and services to the Jewish community. 


ROI Founding Members 

The team of ROI graduates (http://www.roicommunity.org) which created and nurtured this project from its early stages.  More pictures will be added soon!

Jewcology Team at ROI 2010.



Noam Dolgin

Noam Dolgin 


Baruch Rock


Noga Zohar 

 Evonne Marzouk

Evonne  Marzouk,  

Canfei Nesharim


Rafi Bratman


Einat Kramer

Teva Ivri



Isaac Hametz 

Becca Bodenstein

Becca Bodenstein

Sasha Perry

Leah Jones

Brian Heimberg 

Jesse Glickstien

Jesse Glickstein


Vivian Stadlin

Eden Village Camp

David Krantz

Green Zionist Alliance

Hamutal Gillo

Hamutal Gillo




Emily Jane Freed


Eli Winkleman


Micah Berdale

Digital Criterion


Yigal Deutscher


Content Partners

We are grateful to the following organizations, which have devoted significant in-kind resources and support to upload the rich set of initial content featured on Jewcology.



Supported Organizations

The following organizations and individuals received grants or in-kind support to upload content on Jewcology.


Staffing and organizational support for this project is maintained by Canfei Nesharim.