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Hazon is at the forefront of an evolving conversation about how American Jewish life can be strengthened by engagement with food, the outdoors, and the environment.
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Join us for an inclusive celebration of revelation that includes all-night learning, sunrise shacharit, Adamah Foods, a midnight hike to the top of the mountain, a pilgrimage parade with costumes and goats, outdoor fun for kids, and more. Includes Camp Teva for kids!
Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center has been offering annual summer camp experiences for adults since 1956. We are honored to continue this tradition by providing you with a warm and welcoming atmosphere for one of the best summer vacations you’ll ever have.
Everything you love about the Food Conference – with a summer twist! Featuring: outdoor cooking, berry picking, farm fresh Adamah fruits and veggies, late-night stargazing, swimming and boating, a tenting option, and more summer fun! Includes a special Kids’ Food Conference!
Join the People of the Bike for our annual fully-supported ride and retreat. This exciting, diverse community Shabbat and cycling experience is open for people of all cycling levels and ages. Includes Camp Teva for kids!
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Tivnu is a nine-month Jewish gap year program in Portland, Oregon. Participants live together, create community, discover the Pacific Northwest, and explore connections between Jewish life and social justice with their heads, hands, and hearts.
Learn how to create nature-based Jewish programs in this immersive training in Wilderness Torah’s K-12 Jewish nature-connection model.