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Join us for the 6th Annual Festival! We’re thrilled to gather together at a new location, DNR Outdoor Adventure Center, in the heart of some of Detroit’s most beautiful public spaces.
Lively prayer services, deep teachings, immersion in a relaxing wooded venue, tashlich in our stream, community celebrations, and fabulous farm-to-table feasting. Traditional Egalitarian & Orthodox service options. Includes Camp Teva for kids!
Sukkahfest is a singular event – perhaps the most joyous, and almost certainly the most diverse celebration of the holiday of Sukkot on planet Earth. Includes Camp Teva for kids!
The Israel Ride is the premier cycling experience in Israel, benefiting the Arava Institute and Hazon. Enjoy cycling Israel, with routes for beginner to advanced cyclists. We also offer non-cycling with touring, or half riding/touring options.
Adamah at Home, is a three-week program to build food skills, ecological connection and Jewish community. The miracle of the internet will allow us to creatively continue the Adamah conversation, adapt some of the embodied and experiential elements of our programming to this current moment, and open up to a wider audience than we’ve ever been able to reach before.
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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.
Explore our educational resources, consult with Hazon staff about greening your institution or creating Hazon-themed sustainable programming.
Receive support to green your institution through our Hazon Seal – audit your food, energy, and ecosystems and create a sustainability plan.
Immerse in a unique program for adults that integrates agriculture, Jewish learning, community building, social justice and spiritual practice.
Experience moving through the world on your own power and explore the connection between Jewish tradition and the natural world.
Experiential learning that fosters Jewish, ecological, and food sustainability awareness for Jewish day school students.