Hazon is building a movement that strengthens Jewish life and contributes to a more environmentally sustainable world for all.
Hazon recently completed a strategic plan in order to refocus our work in the coming years.
Read our updated mission statement and theory of change or view our new brochure to learn about our new direction.
Join us at our home in the Berkshires for Jewish holidays, spiritual retreats, foodie events, meditation, yoga, or simply relax and rejuvenate.
Join the Israel Ride for a week-long cycling adventure across Israel in the Fall, or join us for pick-up rides throughout the year.
Explore our educational resources, consult with Hazon staff about greening your institution or creating Hazon-themed sustainable programming.
Immerse yourself in a 3-month program that integrates agriculture, Jewish learning, community building, social justice and spiritual practice (ages 20-35).
Apply for support and funding to create an intentional Jewish community as part of our Hakhel program.
For Your Communities
Receive support to green your institution through our Hazon Seal – audit your food, energy, and ecosystems and create a sustainability plan.
Our trained Jewish, Outdoor, Food, Farming & Environmental Education (JOFEE) Fellows create programming at organizations across the country.
Experiential learning at Isabella Freedman that fosters Jewish, ecological, and food sustainability awareness for Jewish day school students.
Let us host your organizational retreat, family reunion, lifecycle celebration, or community gathering in a beautiful setting with delicious farm-to-table food.
Hazon’s curricula and guides are geared to a variety of ages and backgrounds. Explore Jewish food texts, shmita, family-friendly cooking classes, and more.