Use this haggadah from neohasid.org to guide your Tu Bishvat seder! Fill in the steps with poetry, prayers, songs, stories, picture and activities that you bring, or go to neohasid.org to get text study sheets, prayers, and other tremendous resources. You'll find three versions of the One-Page Save-the-Trees haggadah: one easy version without Hebrew in black and white (scroll to bottom), and one with Hebrew and more Kabbalah, in either ... read more.
Plan a Tu B'Shevat Kiddush Organizing a Tu b’Shevat Kiddush can be a lovely way to engage your community in Torah-environmental awareness for the first time. Here are some steps to take to make this happen. 1. Contact your shul administrator to arrange for the Tu b’Shevat Kiddush. Ask if funds are available for additional fruits and nuts, or if ... read more.
Looking to organize a community Tu b’Shevat Seder? Canfei Nesharim has the resources for you! Order a colorful, eco-printed one-page haggadah from Canfei Nesharim to use at your community seder! Order eco-reminders to hand out at your seder Tips and Instructions for running an effective Tu b’Shevat Seder Timeline and ins... read more.
This is a basic (7 page) seder with readings and songs for each of the four worlds/themes. Suitable for all audiences and the text (from the pdf) can be cut and paste into a word processor and further customized. read more.
Find the hidden message in the Eco Campus Tu Bishvat movie and win an exclusive Eco Campus Hoodie! Send entries to the email in the movie by January 21, 2011 to enter the raffle. Visit the Eco Campus at http://ecocamp.us read more.
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Tu B’Shvat Is here? How can we talk about trees when everything outside is bare and spring seems so far away? Background: In North America, January is a strange time for us to celebrate trees and spring, so what should we do with this quirky annual holiday? In modern times, Tu B’shvat has assumed many roles: a chance to reflect on the land of Israel (which is starting to bloom); a chance to reflect o... read more.
by Yonatan Neril. Beit Hillel teaches that Tu b’Shevat is the new year of the trees.  At this time of sap rising within trees it is an appropriate time to explore a teaching of the Sages on how our forefathers related to trees. According to the Midrash  , when Yaakov went down to Egypt, he received a prophecy that his descendants would be redeemed from there and be commanded to b... read more.
The Trees Sang with Joy: Action Suggestions The actions suggestions below follow on from Jonathan Neril's article: The Trees Sang with Joy. Using Wood Toward a Higher Goal Here are some suggestions for using our wood resources responsibly: · Commit to being in nature one day a month, and for ten minutes of that day, try to listen to the song of the trees..... read more.