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2023 American Climate Leadership Awards Semifinalists Announced
By Gibbs Rehlen, ecoAmerica, January 10, 2023


Shmita-scale learning: A seven-year reflection from Jewish environmental leaders
By Jakir Manela, Rabbi Zelig Golden, and Adam Weisberg, eJewish Philanthropy, December 7, 2022

Jewish Youth Climate Movement Fellows Attend U.N. Climate Change Conference in Egypt
By Simone Ellin, JMore, November 23, 2022

Climate change activist breaks tablet on ‘Mount Sinai’ to recreate biblical act
By Yasmine Leung, HITC, November 15, 2022

Teens’ Climate Event
By Danny Schwartz, The Detroit Jewish News, November 14, 2022

Activists smash tablets atop ‘Mount Sinai’ to launch faith-based climate push
By Sue Surkes, The Times of Israel, November 13, 2022

Faith Communities Leading on Climate | COP27 All In Action Center – Session Recording
By America Is All In, November 11, 2022

To Tackle the Climate Crisis, Philanthropy Needs to Get Religion
By Fletcher Harper , Yonatan Neril , and Susan Hendershot, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, November 8, 2022

Next Dor: An Environmental Warrior
By Danny Schwartz, The Detroit Jewish News, November 2, 2022

EWS Alum Heads to Israel, Egypt for COP27
Jewish Herald-Voice, November 3, 2022

Jewish Youth Delegation Headed to Israel, Egypt To Represent at COP27
By Becky O’Brien, The Boulder Jewish News, November 1, 2022

Israel Ride Team Includes Local Bikers
By Alexander Stone, The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, October 27, 2022

Israel’s big delegation to COP27 hoping to make connections, help climate with tech
By Sue Surkes, The Times of Israel, October 25, 2022

Celebrating Nigel Savage
50 Years, Pardes, October 2022

Rabbi Rappaport Taking On Jewish Climate Leadership Role
By Miri Verona, TCJewfolk, October 13,2022

Climate Leadership Coalition
By Ashley Zlatopolsky, The Detroit Jewish News, October 6, 2022

Helping Jewish funders step up on climate change
By Rabbi Rebecca W. Sirbu, Jewish Funders Network, published in eJewish Philanthropy, October 4, 2022

Lander-Grinspoon joins Jewish coalition on climate crisis
By Daily Hampshire Gazette, September 27, 2022

Major Jewish Organizations Form Coalition To Act On Climate Crisis
By Carol Devine, Blessed Tomorrow, September 21, 2022

Hazon and 20 Jewish organizations launch environmental coalition to fight climate change
By Jillian Diamond, Baltimore Jewish Times, September 21, 2022

Coalition of Organizations Forms to Combat Climate Change
By Megacast, Civic Center TV, September 21, 2022

Major Jewish Organizations Form Coaltion To Act On Climate Crisis
By Becky O’Brien, Blessed Tomorrow, September 21, 2022

Guardians of the Earth
By Yevgeniya Gazman, The Detroit Jewish News, September 21, 2022

Hazon convenes coalition of major Jewish groups in new international initiative to fight climate change
By Ben Sales, eJewish Philanthropy, September 15, 2022

Major Jewish organizations form coalition to act on climate crisis; issue open call for Jewish organizations everywhere to join
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, September 15, 2022

Michigan Jewish Food Festival connects community with Earth
By WXYZ Detroit, August 21, 2022

Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival WXYZ – TV Detroit (Youtube)
By WXYZ – TV Detroit, August 21, 2022

Hazon’s Jewish Food Festival Is Back Live and in-Person at Detroit’s Outdoor Adventure Center
By Stacy Gittleman, The Detroit Jewish News, August 18, 2022

Your Daily Phil: Impact investing moves into the mainstream + New models of the community emerging
By eJewish Philanthropy, August 15, 2022

Jewish Youth Climate Movement Baltimore Chapter Confronts Climate Issues
By Jillian Diamond, Baltimore Jewish Times, August 5, 2022

Meet Julia Cunnien, Who Helps the Community Grow One Garden at a Time
By Rachel Sweet, The Detroit Jewish News, August 3, 2022

A New Generation of Jewish Farmers Returns to the Land
By Noah Phillips, Moment Magazine, July 12, 2022

36 to Watch: Jessica Haller, 47, Advocate for Women in Local Government
By New York Jewish Week, June 28, 2022

The American Moshav Movement: A guide to the earth-based, shtetl-positive Jewish communities spanning North America
By Madison Margolin, Tablet Magazine, June 20, 2022

Meet Newton’s Lucy Waldorf, Teen Climate Activist
By Kara Baskin, Jewish Boston, June 16, 2022

What Does Judaism Have To Do With Climate Change?
By Kara Baskin, Jewish Boston, June 8, 2022

Get Ethically-Sourced Kosher Meat and Kosher Vegetarian Burgers at the Festival Sunday
By Chany Scheiner, Boulder Jewish News, June 7, 2022

Inside the new project to professionalize the Jewish retreat sector
By Daniela Cohen, eJewish Philanthropy, June 3, 2022

Anita Pazner
By Jeanine Matlow, Downtown News Magazine, June 1, 2022

Jewish sustainability organization Hazon Detroit hires Amit Weitzer to lead
By Hannah Davis, Washtenaw Jewish News, June 2022

New Field-Building Initiative Launches for Jewish Retreating
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, June 1, 2022

VIDEO: Farming, Climate and Judaism
By Carol Devine, Blessed Tomorrow, May 26, 2022

Harnessing the Social Brain at JCDS’s Middle School
By Shira Deener, Jewish Boston, May 23, 2022

Topsy-Turvy Bus inspiring child-like awe at every turn
WXYZ, May 15, 2022

JPro22 attendees commemorate Yom Hazikaron
By Meghan Walsh, Cleveland Jewish News, May 4 2022

A Multifaith Community Fills Stomachs – and the Food Gap – in Detroit
By Olivia Diaz, Sojourners Magazine, May 2022

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! With Guest Karen Lewis
Podcast by Michael Pont, For the Love of Judaism, April 21, 2022

Interfaith Panel on Climate Change Hosted by ENERGY STAR
Guest speaker, Jakir Manela, ENERGY STAR Panel Discussion, April 20, 2022

Derech Eretz: Way of the World, Season 3, Episode 21
Guest speaker, Becky O’Brian, Derech Eretz, April 3, 2022

A tale of two cities: Lviv and Amsterdam
By Meredith Levick, eJewish Philanthropy, March 30, 2022

Jewish leadership program talks environmental, sustainable action among Jewish community
by Jonathan Wang, Michigan Daily, March 28, 2022

Collaboration Aims to Bring More Plant-Based Menu Items To Jewish-Based Food Service Operations
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, March 17, 2022

Sierra Club reinstates trips to Israel following outcry from Jewish groups
By Gabe Stutman, JTA, March 16, 2022

Shmita Live: Allstar Conversation
by BioIntegrity Partnerships, The AllCreation Podcast, March 8, 2022

Berkeley Jewish filmmaker wins NAACP award; day school students win Hazon arts awards
By JStaff, Jewish News of Northern California, March 8, 2022

Local artist wins Shmita Prize
By Hannah Davis, Washtenaw Jewish News, March 2022

‘Shmita’ competition winners explore Jewish land sabbatical through art
By Esther D. Kustanowitz, The Forward, February 28, 2022

A way to forgive debts and leave fields fallow — even if you’re not a farmer in Israel
By Mira Fox, The Forward, February 9, 2022

Hazon’s Shmita Prizes recognizes art by Baltimore area residents
By Jesse Berman, Baltimore Jewish Times, February 8, 2022

Hazon Announces Winners of Shmita-Themed Art Competition
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, February 1, 2022

Hazon Announces Winners of Art Competition to Shine Spotlight on Shmita Sabbatical Year
By JMORE Staff, JMore Baltimore Jewish Living, February 1, 2022

Jewish Word | Shmita: A Sabbath for the Land—and Ourselves
By Noach Phillips, Moment Magazine, January 19, 2022

This Tu B’Shevat, A Call to Invest in Climate Action
By Noach Phillips, Moment Magazine, January 17, 2022

Ahead of Jewish Earth Day, more Jewish institutions take climate action
By Yonat Shimron, Religion News Service, January 13, 2022

How to put viable climate solutions into the hands of the people
By David Arfin, Jewish News of Northern California, January 13, 2022

Tu B’Shevat events move online amid omicron surge
By Courtney Cohn, Baltimore Jewish Times, January 12, 2022

Hazon Detroit’s Wren Hack & “Elements of Life: Moving Together with Nature”
CivicCenterTV, January 11. 2022

Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest Returns
Boulder Jewish News, January 6, 2022

Hazon Detroit’s Program Intertwines Art, Clothing and Dance to Talk About Tu b’Shevat, Climate Change
By Danny Schwartz, Detroit Jewish News, January 5, 2022

Climate change is here: It’s time for Jews to take action
By Rabbi Jennie Rosenn & Jakir Manela, eJewish Philanthropy, January 5, 2022

Shmitah and organizational change
By Elyssa Hurwitz, eJewish Philanthropy, January 5, 2022



What If You Could Just Take a Year Off?
By Emma Copley Eisenberg, Philadelphia Magazine, December 24, 2021

New program aims to mobilize faith finances, assets for stronger climate action
By Brian Roewe, EarthBeat, December 3, 2021

Faith Plans partner announces stream restoration
Faith Plans for People and Planet, December 1, 2021

Ethical Kashrut
By Paula Jacobs, Tablet Magazine, November 30, 2021

Adapting Podcast: “Holy Wow”: Creating Powerful Moments through Jewish Environmental Education
By David Bryfman, Jewish Education Project, November 24, 2021

The Jewish response to climate change: Back from COP26, Hazon’s CEO reflects on what’s needed to combat the threat
By Jesse Berman, JTA, November 22, 2021

Back from COP26, Hazon CEO reflects on what’s needed next to combat climate change
By Jesse Berman, Baltimore Jewish Times, November 18, 2021

Religious institutions say infrastructure funds will help model sustainability
By Sharon Udasin, The Hill, November 17, 2021

Take One Daf Yomi: Taanit 5
By Liel Leibovitz, Tablet Magazine, November 17, 2021

“Losing Winter” and climate change
By Sheila Kast, On the Record: WYPR, November 9, 2021

Groundswell: Abby Bresler on Climate and Disability Justice
By Noach Phillips, Moment Magazine, November 8, 2021

Groundswell: Hannah Fine on Community Resilience
By Noach Philllips, Moment Magazine, November 2, 2021

A Shmita Inspired Year
By Janet Tatz, KPVI, October 30, 2021

Hazon’s Sustainability Summit Tackles Climate Change and its Impact on Mental Health
By Ashley Zlatopolsky, Detroit Jewish News, October 22, 2021

The National Sunrise Movement Says It Did Not Have Advance Notice of DC Affiliate’s Broadside Against Jewish Groups
Cleveland Jewish News, JTA, October 21, 2021

Rabbis Arrested Demanding Climate Action by Wall Street Giant’s Jewish CEO
The Jerusalem Post, JTA, October 21, 2021

Rabbis Arrested Demanding Climate Action by Wall Street Giant’s Jewish CEO
Times of Israel, JTA, October 20, 2021

Rabbis Arrested Demanding Climate Action by Wall Street Giant’s Jewish CEO
By Julia Gergely, JTA, October 20, 2021

Jewish Farming Takes Root
By Joe Baur, Tablet Magazine, October 19, 2021

Why This Israeli Foundation Professional is Pushing Colleagues to Go Green
By Helen Chernikoff, EJewishPhilanthropy, October 12, 2021

Jewish Farming and the Climate Crisis
By Adrienne Krone, The Revealer, October 7, 2021

Ekar Farm’s Bountiful Harvest
Jewish Colorado, October 4, 2021

Protecting Our Planet: It’s Up to All of Us
By Ellen Frank Bayer, Unorthoboxed Magazine, October 1, 2021

Recommitting US Policy Toward a Two-State Solution is the Best Way to Further Middle East Peace (Op-ed)
By Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.), The Hill, September 27, 2021

Gann Farm Connects Jewish Youth with Agricultural Heritage 
By Marigo Farr, The Boston Scope, September 23, 2021

Rabbi Sarah Tasman on Creativity Without Productivity 
By Ruby Malcom, Washington Jewish Week, September 22, 2021

Climate Change Emergency Demands a Jewish Response
By Nigel Savage and Jakir Manela, Jewish Exponent, September 17, 2021

A Yom Kippur Reminder: The idea of debt forgiveness dates at least as far back as the Bible
By Jillian Berman, MarketWatch, September 15, 2021

Water stewardship and justice: an interfaith dialogue
Press & Guide, September 14, 2021

Faces & Places: Shaarey Zedek Hosts Fun Family Events
Detroit Jewish News, September 12, 2021

Who by Water? Who by Fire? The Climate Change Emergency Demands a Jewish Response
By Nigel Savage and Jakir Manela, The Jewish News of Northern California, September 9, 2021

This is Not a Drill: The Climate Change Emergency Demands a Jewish Response
By Nigel Savage and Jakir Manela, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, September 6, 2021

Faces & Places: Food Fest Fun 
Detroit Jewish News, August 31, 2021

Jakir Manela, CEO of Combined Hazon-Pearlstone Center, Talks Next Steps
By Helen Chernikoff, EJewishPhilanthropy, August 25, 2021

Shmita Culture and Releasing Ourselves from Urgency 
By Yoshi Silverstein, Body and Soul, August 23, 2021

Meet an innoFaither: Sid Schwartz, August 20, 2021

2021 Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival Set for Sunday, August 15th
WXYZ Detroit, August 15, 2021

Judaism Unbound Podcast Ep. 287, “The Shmita Project” 
Judaism Unbound Podcast, August, 2021

Five Things Jews Can Do To Stop Climate Change 
By Rob Eshman, The Forward, August 10 2021

Several Synagogues and Organizations Will Join Hazon’s Green Shabbat Event 
By Danny Schwartz, Detroit Jewish News, August 6, 2021

Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival Returns in 2021 
By Danny Schwartz, Detroit Jewish News, August 4, 2021

On 21st Century Idolatry and its Repercussions 
By Irene Lancaster, Christian Today, August 4, 2021

Detroit Hazon Remains Important Partner After Hazon-Pearlstone Creates New Epicenter of Jewish Sustainability Work
Washtenaw Jewish News, August 2021

Social Entrepeneurs Seth Goldman and Julie Farkas Announce Eat the Change Impact Changemakers for 2021 with $525,000 in Grants Awarded
Eat The Change, July 30, 2021

Hazon Detroit Director Previews Jewish Food Festival
Civic Center TV, July 20, 2021

The Future We Make: How Jewish Kids Are Taking Action with Hazon
PJ Library, July 20, 2021

Lawns: An American relationship harming the environment
By Michael M. Cohen, The Jerusalem Post, July 20, 2021

Nigel Savage Looks Back on Two Decades at Hazon
By Helen Chernikoff, EJewishPhilanthropy, July 19, 2021

Hazon-Pearlstone merger positions Baltimore as the new epicenter of Jewish sustainability work
The Jerusalem Post, July 17, 2021

Hazon-Pearlstone merger positions Baltimore as the new epicenter of Jewish sustainability work
Cleveland Jewish News, July 16, 2021

Climate Change Tops Agenda in Hazon-Pearlstone Merger
By Sharon Rosen Leib, The Forward, July 16, 2021

Hazon-Pearlstone merger positions Baltimore as the new epicenter of Jewish sustainability work
By Ruby Malcom, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, July 16, 2021

With merger, Baltimore is set to become center of Jewish environmental work
Baltimore Jewish Times, July 15, 2021

Hazon Merges with Retreat Centers
Detroit Jewish News, July 15, 2021

Topsy Turvy Bus Meets Banana Car
Detroit Jewish News, July 14, 2021

Pearlstone Announces Merger with Hazon
By Selah Maya Zighelboim, Baltimore Jewish Times, July 8, 2021

Reisterstown’s Pearlstone Center Announces Merger Plans with Hazon Organization
By Alan Feiler, JMORE Baltimore Jewish Living, July 8, 2021

Hazon & Pearlstone Announce Merger; Jakir Manela Named as New CEO
Baltimore Jewish Life, July 8, 2021

Hazon & Pearlstone Announce Merger; Jakir Manela Named as New CEO
Boulder Jewish News, July 8, 2021

Jewish Youth Climate Movement holds first face-to-face rally
Ohio News Time, July 1, 2021

Jewish Youth Climate Movement hold first in-person gathering
Cleveland Jewish News, June 29, 2021

Metro Food Rescue
By Jake Bekemeyer, DBusiness Magazine, June 28, 2021

Apple Tree: Backyard Fun
By Karen Schwartz, Detroit Jewish News, June 24, 2021

‘Joyful, welcoming, wise’: Beth Torah Gets New Rabbi with Roots in Flint, Michigan
By Gabriel Greschler, The Jewish News of Northern California, June 23, 2021

Beechwood Haas Selected for Bronfman Fellowship
By Jane Kaufman, Cleveland Jewish News, June 16, 2021

A ‘New Normal’ for In-Person Seminars
By Aaron Steinberg, EJP, June 9, 2021

Jewish Youth Climate Chapter Starting in Ann Arbor
By Sofi Maranda, Washtenaw Jewish News, June 2021

Individual Climate Action Matters: Inspiring Solutions at Scale By Doing Our Own Part
By Anita Fete Crews, Blessed Tomorrow, June 7, 2021

How to Maximize Your Impact with Strategic Planning with Becky O’Brien
The Reducetarian Podcast, May 24, 2021

A Jewish Response to Climate Change
By Hannah Taylor, Beantown Jewish Gardens Blog, May 21, 2021

The moral imperative behind the ‘Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest’
Yale Climate Connections, May 20, 2021

The Single Most Important Statistic from the Pew Survey is About Food
By Rob Eshman, The Forward, May 13, 2021

Hazon Launches New Sustainability Subscription Kit Service
By Ashley Zlatopolsky, The Detroit Jewish News, May 19, 2021

Meet the Jewish activist digging through the trash for climate justice
By Orge Castellano, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, April 22, 2021

Hazon Detroit is talking Earth Day with Brooke Allen
By Brooke Allen, WWJ Newsradio 950, April 22, 2021

Celebrating Sustainability With Hazon Detroit as they Speak with WXYZ Detroit
WXYZ DetroitApril 20, 2021

Congregation Agudath Israel Earth Day Program
The Patch NJ, April 19, 2021

How Jewish Organizations Respond to Racism and Racial Violence? Spoiler: Doing Internal Work
By Abby Levine and Roberta Ritvo, Jewish Social Justice Roundtable, April 14, 2021

Group offers kits to help residents go green
By Mark Vest, C&G News, April 19, 2021

Hazon Detroit Director Discusses Sustainable Healthy Eating and New Healthy Kits
Civic Center TV, April 14, 2021

Home gardening: sustainably, thoughtfully, and Jewishly
By Liana Rothman, Jewish United Fund News, April 8, 2021

Torah Portion: Cherishing Creation
By Rabbi Nate DeGroot, The Jewish News, March 26, 2021

Jewish art competition to increase awareness of Shmita
The Jewish Leader, March 19, 2021

Announcing Hazon’s Inaugural Jewish Art Competition: The Shmita Prizes
Boulder Jewish News, March 16, 2021

Hazon: A Jewish vision for the future of the environment
By Hadar Pepperstone, Planet Forward, March 9, 2021

Hazon’s director Nigel Savage announces Shmita prizes
By Nigel Savage, The Times of Israel, The Blogs, March 5, 2021

Jewish Groups Help Detroit Neighborhood
By Jackie Headapohl, The Detroit Jewish News, March 3, 2021

BAV awards agroforestry grant
The Berkshire Eagle, March 2, 2021

Nonprofit News
By Amy Krzanik, The Berkshire Edge, February 26, 2021

Transgender Jews are finding safe haven in an unexpected place: the farm
By Ben Harris, JTA, February 24, 2021

First Annual Micki Grossman Food Drive Begins Today
The Jewish News, February 22, 2021

Food for All: Temple Kol Ami Pantry Feeds 90 Families Every Week
By Danny Schwartz, The Jewish News, February 17, 2021

Jewish leaders need to step up on climate change
Religion News Service, February 3, 2021

5 Things to Do This Weekend
New York Times, January 28, 2021

Arizonans join in Big Bold Jewish Climate Festival

The Exile to Come
By Matthew Schultz, Jewish Journal, January 28, 2021

A Seal of Sustainability
Lilith Magazine, January 26, 2021

Guest Column: New Year for Trees
By Rabbi Nate DeGroot, The Jewish News, January 21, 2021


Sharing Food on Thanksgiving: Hazon Detroit Distributes Meals to 1,000 Families in Northern Oakland County
By Ashley Zlatopolsky, The Jewish News, November 30, 2020

Video: Springfield Township food drive organized to help families this Thanksgiving
Fox 2 Detroit, November 24, 2020

A Jewish cohousing movement is on the rise — but challenges beyond COVID remain
By Rachel Stein-Wotton, JTA, November 18, 2020

The Bronfman Fellowship to Hold Summer 2021 Program in Berkshires
By eJP, EJewish Philanthropy, October 22, 2020

Audio: Commitment to Change, with Becky O’Brien
By Jodi Balis, Purple Honey Podcast, October 15, 2020

Video: Sukkot with Rabbi Nate DeGroot
By Shmuel Rosner, Jewish Journal, October 1, 2020

Shake Local
By Rabbi Nate DeGroot and Hazon Detroit, Washtenaw Jewish News, October 2020

My Life in 20(ish) Questions: Nigel Savage
Jewish Telegraph, September 18, 2020

On a (Food) Rescue Mission: Local Funeral Director’s Organization Helps Hazon Rescue Food Around Metro Detroit
By Madeline Halpert, The Jewish News, September 10, 2020

Video: Metro Detroit organizations fighting food insecurity and food waste with rescue mission
Fox 2 Detroit, September 9, 2020

‘Pop-up’ pantries provide food assistance in West Bloomfield during pandemic
By Mark Vest, West Bloomfield Beacon, September 3, 2020

To meet soaring needs, Jewish groups get creative to feed the hungry
By Renee Ghert-Zand, JTA, August 24, 2020

10 Things to Love About Falls Village, CT
By Lisa Green, Rural Intelligence, August 9, 2020

Hazon’s Food Festival in a Box
By Corrie Colf, The Jewish News, August 3, 2020

Video: Hazon Detroit offers Food Festival in a Box
By Syma Chowdhry, WXYZ Detroit, August 2, 2020

In Western Europe, a Jewish ‘Community’ is an organization. They operate like expensive members-only clubs.
By Cnaan Lipshiz, JTA, July 28, 2020

Video: Metro Detroit volunteers help families grow produce for local food pantries
By Sandra Ali, WDIV ClickOnDetroit, July 20, 2020

Rabbi Nate DeGroot links sacred to the science, covers climate issues in historically targeted communities compounded by COVID-19
By Chloe Murdock, The Chautauquan Daily, July 1, 2020

Hazon Detroit’s Rabbi Nate DeGroot to center climate activism in “Earth-based faith” of Judaism
By Sara Toth, The Chautauquan Daily, June 30, 2020

A Student’s Reflections: Inspirations out of Detroit
By Daniel Heinrich, eJewishPhilanthropy, June 28, 2020

Mitsui Collective founder plans Cleveland headquarters, named Schusterman Fellow
By McKenna Corson, Cleveland Jewish News, June 25, 2020

Big Green, Hazon Partner to Grow Produce At Metro Detroit Schools
By Maya Goldman, The Jewish News, June 24, 2020

Yardley native finds faith, path to become rabbi
By Alyssa Moore, Record Herald, June 22, 2020

Lombard Jewish congregants plant victory gardens during pandemic
By Eileen O. Daday, Daily Herald, June 16, 2020

Bloomfield Hills organization partners with Elon Musk’s brother to bring gardens to local schools
By Sari M. Cicurel, The Oakland Press, June 9, 2020

Jewish protesters blast shofar at rallies across the country
By Ari Feldman, The Forward, June 9, 2020

Video: How to use your garden to help others during pandemic
By Sandra Ali, WDIV ClickOnDetroit, June 3, 2020

Video: Communities growing fruits, vegetables for people struggling during COVID-19 pandemic
By Sandra Ali and Kayla Clarke, WDIV ClickOnDetroit, June 2, 2020

Hakhel Wins Prestigious Jerusalem Unity Prize
By Erica Gibbs, Patch, May 28, 2020

Video: JBS news update (Hakhel at 3:36)
JBS, May 27, 2020

Grapevine: In memory of Nechama Rivlin (Hakhel)
By Greer Fay Cashman, The Jerusalem Post, May 27, 2020

May All Who are Hungry Come and Eat: Jewish Community Farming in the Face of Coronavirus
By the Jewish Community Farming Field Building Initiative & the Jewish Farmer Network, eJewish Philanthropy, May 18, 2020

Zoom goaty goaty
By Larry Ydelson, TriCorner News, April 30, 2020

Seeds, plants and vegetables: Many options for growing produce
By Cynthia Hochswender, TriCorner News, April 29, 2020

Jessica Haller: Alum, Climate Activist, and City Council Contender
By Greg Hopper, State of the Planet, April 24, 2020

WATCH: Homeland star Mandy Patinkin blows the shofar for Earth Day 2020
By PJ Grisar, The Forward, April 22, 2020

Detroit Businesses and Schools are providing Food for those in Need
MegaCast, Civic Center TV, April 22, 2020

Jewish Environmental Group Sounds the Call: Blow the Shofar on Earth Day
By JTA, The Jewish News, April 22, 2020

#SoundtheCall on the 50th Earth Day – April 22!
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, April 21, 2020

How to faithfully celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day without leaving home
By Emily McFarlan Miller, Religion News Service, April 21, 2020

Jewish environmental group sounds the call: Blow the shofar on Earth Day
By Marcy Oster, JTA, The Jewish News of Northern California, April 21, 2020

COVID-19 Update: Northwood Economist Optimistic About Economy, New Small Business Fund, and More
By Tim Keenan, D Business, April 20, 2020

The Earth Needs Healing, Too, at This Time of Epidemic
By Nigel Savage, The New York Jewish Week, April 17, 2020

Creative Gardening For A Cause During COVID-19
By Corrie Colf, The Jewish News, April 17, 2020

As Jewish farming programs yield more alumni, a growing community takes root
By Ben Harris, Times of Israel, February 27, 2020

Jewish Climate Activist Makes a Run For City Council
New York Jewish Week, February 19, 2020

The Urgency of Now: Building Community by Connecting Values to Action
eJewish Philanthropy, February 19, 2020

Faces and Places: Tu B’Shevat Seder at the JCC
The Jewish News, February 18, 2020

It Takes a Community to Protect the Planet
USCJ Journeys, February 2020

The Promise of the Land: An Interview with Rabbi Ellen Bernstein
By Catherine Bell, Jewish Women’s Archive, February 11, 2020

Hazon: ‘Speak for the Trees’ This Tu B’Shvat
Jewish Link NJ, January 30, 2020

New Tu B’Shevat Haggadah emphasizes sustainable reforestation
Jewish News Syndicate, January 27, 2020

25,000 people march against hate and fear in New York, saying ‘you’ve got to speak up’
Cleveland Jewish News, January 5, 2020


Video: Greening the New Year with Hazon Detroit
Fox 2 Detroit, December 31, 2019

Savor and Enjoy
By Rabbi Daniel Cotzin Burg, Jmore Living, December 26, 2019

Christmas in Colorado
By Unorthodox, Tablet Magazine, December 26, 2019

The Art of the Yoga Practice
By Carol Berlin, The Jewish Link, December 26, 2019

Climate Crisis And Commitment
By Becky O’Brien, Jessica Haller, and Nigel Savage, New York Jewish Week, December 25, 2019

West Marin Jews call for environmental vigilance
By Will Houston, Marin Independent Journal, December 22, 2019

Adam Berman: The Urban Farmer
By Forward Staff, The Forward, December 20, 2019

Caldwell congregation earns sustainability seal
By Jed Weisberger, New Jersey Jewish News, December 18, 2019

Jewish Congregation earns Seal of Sustainability
By Violet Snow, Hudson Valley One, December 16, 2019

Regional groups join sustainability initiative
By Heather Alterisio, The Jewish Advocate, December 11, 2019

Five Chicago Organizations Are Among 21 To Join Hazon Seal Of Sustainability
The Chicago Jewish Home, December 6, 2019

Crafts, volunteering, variety make Hanukkah meaningful for children
By Sarah Gershman, Arizona Jewish Post, December 6, 2019

Camp Sababa is a ‘Cool’ Summertime Spot
By Jeffrey Lasday, Detroit Jewish News, December 5, 2019

200 cyclists participate in week-long ‘Israel Ride’ to raise funds for environment
Jewish News Syndicate, November 6, 2019

200 Jewish Cyclists Kick off 16th Annual ‘Israel Ride’
By Idan Zonshine, The Jerusalem Post, November 6, 2019

Podcast Episode: Genesis
By Nicole Asquith, In the Weeds, November 1, 2019

Three Sukkot snapshots
By Rabbi Ezra Weinberg, The Jerusalem Post, October 30, 2019

This Week’s Torah Portion: Building The Ark Again
By Rabbi Nate DeGroot, The Jewish News, October 30, 2019

Climate Crisis Hoshanot with the Words of Greta Thunberg
By Rabbi Ezra Weinberg, Ritualwell

Boulder Produces Another Hebrew Priestess
Boulder Jewish News, October 24, 2019

5780: The Year of Environmental Teshuva
By Nigel Savage, Boulder Jewish News, October 4, 2019

5780: The Year of Environmental Teshuva
By Nigel Savage, The Jerusalem Post, October 2, 2019

Acting with Urgency: Returning to Our Best Selves
By Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, UJA Federation, October 2019

Environmental teshuvah
By Nigel Savage, Intermountain Jewish News, September 27, 2019

Hazon Calls on Jews to Take 5 Steps This High Holiday Season to Reduce Environmental Impact
Five Towns Jewish Times, September 27, 2019

How can I celebrate the Jewish New Year when the planet is burning?
By Eve Andrews, Grist, September 26, 2019

The Empty Seat Next to You in Synagogue
By Aharon Ariel Lavi, The Jerusalem Post, September 26, 2019

Hazon Calls for ‘Environmental Teshuvah’ in the New Year 5780
By Shawn Rodgers, Jewish Journal, September 25, 2019

Tradition Compels Us to Respond
By Arianna Skibell, Jewish Currents, September 25, 2019

Growing community: How Colorado religious leaders are farming food — and a new variety of faithful
By Adrian Miller, The Colorado Sun, September 25, 2019

This High Holiday Season, Commit To Joining The Fight Against Climate Change
By Yonatan Malin, The Forward, September 25, 2019

How my Omaha roots will help me chair Hazon
By Richard Slutzky, Omaha Jewish Press, September 20, 2019

Jewish students, groups and businesses take part in ‘Global Climate Strike’
Jewish News Syndicate, September 20, 2019

Greta Thunberg’s Army at New York City’s Climate Strike
By Murat Oztaskin, Outside Online, September 20, 2019

Rabbis Now Warming To Climate Change
By Steve Lipman, The New York Jewish Week, September 18, 2019

International Incubator Supports Intentional Jewish Communities
By Debra L. Eckerling, Jewish Journal, September 11, 2019

6 (baby) steps to a more sustainable lifestyle
By Miriam Groner, New York Jewish Week, September 2, 2019

Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival
By JN Staff, Detroit Jewish News, August 29, 2019

Greta Thunberg togs emot med entusiasm och eufori i New York: “Hon är ett globalt fenomen”
(Greta Thunberg was received with enthusiasm and euphoria in New York: “She is a global phenomenon”)
By Ville Hupa, Svenska Yle, August 29, 2019

Fighting Food Waste, Discovering Community
By Miriam Groner, The New York Jewish Week, August 28, 2019

Jewish Food Festival rolls into Eastern Market
By Gary Graff, The Voice, August 16, 2019

Jewish Food Festival rolls into Eastern Market
By Gary Graff, The Oakland Press, August 16, 2019

Here are 7 things to do in your neighborhood this weekend
WXYZ Detroit, August 16, 2019

10 things to do this weekend: Aug. 16-18
By Anisa Jibrell, Crain’s Detroit Business, August 14, 2019

Hazon’s Food Festival is Going Big on Sustainability
By Jessie Cohen, Detroit Jewish News, August 6, 2019

A Song in His Heart. It Was for Her.
By Jonah Engel Bromwich, The New York Times, August 2, 2019

Of Bikes, Tables and Trees
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, July 26, 2019

Engaging Emerging Jewish Professionals
By Esther D. Kustanowitz, Jewish Journal, July 24, 2019

24 Faith-Based Organizations Promoting Food Security
By Danielle Nierenberg, Food Tank, July 2019

Step on board the topsy turvy bus. It runs on solar power and veggie oil
Fox 2 Detroit, July 12, 2019

Video: Regenerative Bread Camp June 23-24
Fox 2 Detroit, June 24, 2019

Get Some Cash to Make Your “Green” Dreams Come True
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, June 24, 2019

Video: Heritage Grain Weekend
WXYZ-TV Detroit, June 2019

Maya Lentz, Michael Cohen
By Jessica Torch, The New York Times, June 16, 2019

Self Healing Starts With New Adventures on Your Bucket Lists
By Ben Cleaver, Thrive Global, June 14, 2019

36 Under 36 2019: Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein
By Steve Lipman, The New York Jewish Week, June 4, 2019

How my years with federation will help me chair Hazon
By Richard Slutzky, New Jersey Jewish News, May 22, 2019

Where Do We Begin? The Hazon Food Conference
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, May 22, 2019

A Giving Gardens Club
By Vivian Henoch, My Jewish Detroit, May 7, 2019

Jewish farm plants a Garden of Eden in southern England
By Robert Philpot, The Times of Israel, April 25, 2019

Your Choices Matter: Adding Social Justice To Your Seder
By Michele Weingarden, Boulder Jewish News, April 21, 2019

Video: Wren Hack: Earth Day Composting and Dryer Balls
WXYZ-TV Detroit, April 2019

Video: Wren Hack: Composting and Paper Bricks
Fox 2 Detroit, April 2019

Could This Ancient Jewish Practice Be a New Tool for Sustainable Agriculture?
By Ethan Blake, Yes! Magazine, April 17, 2019

Passover Desserts Inspiration from the 2019 Colorado Jewish Food Fest
By Becca Weaver, Boulder Jewish News, April 16, 2019

2019 Colorado Jewish Food Fest Inspires, Delights
By David Fellows, Boulder Jewish News, April 9, 2019

Spreading the good word of sustainability
By Will Brendza, Boulder Weekly, April 4, 2019

Eight California Groups Attend Annual Hakhel Conference
By Erin Ben-Moche, Jewish Journal, April 2, 2019

Get Ready for Passover at the Colorado Jewish Food Fest
By Kai Ruiz, Boulder Jewish News, March 31, 2019

ICYMI: Limmud Michigan
By Dexter Davison, My Jewish Detroit, March 2019

Shabbat Together
By JN Contributor, Detroit Jewish News, March 29, 2019

Could the Ancient Jewish Practice of Shmita Be a New Tool for Sustainable Ag?
By Ethan Blake, Civil Eats, March 28, 2019

Yoga and Judaism: Finding balance and making a connection
By Rea Bochner, Jewish Community Voice, March 27, 2019

Camp Maas Switches to the Best. Eggs. Ever!
By Rachel Fine, Tamarack Camps Blog, March 22, 2019

Changemaker Profile: Sue Salinger
Changemakers Blog, Joining Vision and Action, March 18, 2019

A ‘Headache’ Of A Family Farm Gets Rebooted As A Jewish Community, With Pickles
By Sarah Garfinkel, The Forward, March 14, 2019

U.S. NGO Hazon wants an Israeli Right-Wing Upstart to Stop Using Same Name
By Andrew Silow-Carrolls (JTA), The Jerusalem Post, March 9, 2019

U.S. Environmental Organization Hazon Wants Israeli Right-wing Group to Stop Using Its Name
By JTA and Haaretz, Haaretz, March 9, 2019

Environmental Group Wants Israeli Right-Wing Group to Stop Using Same Name
By Andrew Silow-Carroll, St. Louis Jewish Light, March 8, 2019

Environmental Group Wants Israeli Right-Wing Group to Stop Using Same Name
By Andrew Silow-Carroll, 5 Towns Jewish Times, March 8, 2019

Hazon Issues Cease and Desist to Israeli Group Claiming Same Name
By Erin Ben-Moche, The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, March 8, 2019

US environmental group Hazon wants an Israeli right-wing upstart to stop using the same name
By Andrew Silow-Carroll, Cleveland Jewish News, March 8, 2019

US environmental group Hazon wants an Israeli right-wing upstart to stop using the same name
By Andrew Silow-Carroll, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, March 8, 2019

Israeli Signs Attacking Reform Jews Stir Anger, Fear — And Legal Action
By Josh Nathan-Kazis, The Forward, March 8, 2019

The Jewish People are Divided … Here’s How To Fix It: Terrarium Design
By Bradley Caro Cook, eJewish Philanthropy, March 8, 2019

Getting Away on a Jewish Farm in Connecticut
By Selah Maya Zighelboim, Jewish Exponent, March 7, 2019

Urban Planting, Cultivating Community
By Vivian Henoch, My Jewish Detroit, March 4, 2019

Ethical Eating
By Paula Jacobs, Tablet Magazine, February 25, 2019

Feed your soul and celebrate the planet
By Dena Gitterman, Boulder Jewish News, February 24, 2019

This Progressive Jewish Farm Is Producing Mezuzah Parchments — Ethically
By Shira Feder, The Forward, February 10, 2019

SAR Academy Receives Hazon Seal of Sustainability
By JLNJ Staff, Jewish Link of New Jersey, February 7, 2019

“Rewilding” Judaism
By Vivian Henoch, My Jewish Detroit, February 3, 2019

A Food Justice Tu B’shevat Seder
By Becca Weaver, Boulder Jewish News, January 24, 2019

This curd nerd has been crowned the top U.S. cheesemonger
By Alix Wall, The Jewish News of Northern California, January 22, 2019

Woke Jews Are Finding Environmental Meaning In Tu B’Shvat
By Shira Feder, The Forward, January 18, 2019

Bite by Bite
By Karen Couf-Cohen, Detroit Jewish News, January 17, 2019

The Power of Jewish Blessings
By Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, My Jewish Learning, January 15, 2019

Where to Find a Tu Bishvat Haggadah
By MJL, My Jewish Learning, January 15, 2019

Sustainability in Community at Hazon’s JOFEE Network Gathering
By Meredith Levick, Living the Change, January 4, 2019


Jewish Ferndale’s Public Menorah Promotes Environmental Ideals
By Keri Guten Cohen, The Jewish News, December 5, 2018

Menorah in the D honors ancient tradition, Pittsburgh victims
By Mark Hicks, The Detroit News, December 2, 2018

Firsthand Food: Kosher slaughtering in her own backyard brings Jewish values home.
By Carly Sugar, The Jewish News, November 21, 2018

North America Jewish Intentional Community – Builders’ Manifesto
By Deborah Fishman Shelby, eJewish Philanthropy, November 15, 2018

Jewish Federation Hosts Hunger Summit
By Joshua Needelman, Jewish Exponent, November 9, 2018

The Best Jewish Food in Detroit
By Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz, My Jewish Learning, November 7, 2018

Jewish community reacts to Pittsburgh shootings
By Shaw Israel Izikson, Lakeville Journal, November 7, 2018

Religious leaders hold call for unity in wake of Jewish attacks in Pittsburgh
By Briana Gasorski, Press & Guide, November 1, 2018

Religious leaders gather in Dearborn, condemn Pittsburgh synagogue mass murders
FOX 2 Detroit, November 1, 2018

Detroit’s Capitol Park Vigil
By Hannah Levine, The Jewish News, October 30, 2018

Metro Detroit Jewish groups hold vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue victims
By Francis X. Donnelly, The Detroit News, October 29, 2018

2018 Cohort, Elan Margulies
By Elan Margulies, Kenissa, October 29, 2018

For Jewish Environmentalists, The Answer To Sustainability Lies In…Goat Meat
By Shira Feder, Jewish Daily Forward, October 22, 2018

Jewish millennials reconnect with their Detroit roots through social activism
By Maureen McDonald, Model D, September 18, 2018

How Sue’s donor legacy is still saving lives today
By Lionel Salama, The Jewish Chronicle, September 13, 2018

Teshuvah and Environmental Sustainability
By Nigel Savage, Boulder Jewish News, September 11, 2018

Sour Grapes? Nah, Sour Pickles!
By Louis Finkelman, Jewish News, August 30, 2018

Nati Passow: Combining Judaism and Food Justice
By Allison Futterman, Jewish Journal, August 30, 2018

Feeling Burned Out? Try These 14 Jewish Breaks
By Hannah Henza, Forward, August 29, 2018

Chef demos planned for Sunday’s Jewish Food Festival at Eastern Market
By Susan Selasky, Detroit Free Press, August 22, 2018

Food, Glorious Food: The third annual Michigan Jewish Food Festival gears up to be the best yet
By Rob Streit, Detroit Jewish News, August 16, 2018

Soul-2-soil: back to life and reality at Camp Freedman
By Cynthia Hochswender, TriCorner News from the Lakeview Journal, August 15, 2018

Hazon Food Conference 2018 Recap and Zoodles with No-Cook Tomato Sauce
By Emily Sacharin, Poppy and Prune, August 13, 2018

JUF’s Breakthrough Fund: Fueling innovation, and better ways to help
By Joe Schatz, Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago News, July 25, 2018

Celebrating Our Roots
By Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, July 2018

Bar Mitzvah in the Berkshires
By Amanda Krotki, JMore Baltimore Jewish Living, July 18, 2018

JOFEE Fellowship: Learning as the Field Grows
By Judith Belasco, Yoshi Silverstein, and Steven Green, eJewish Philanhthropy, July 2, 2018

Multiracial Orthodox rabbi uses his background to create unique community in NYC
By Josefin Dolsten, Times of Israel, July 1, 2018

Cultivating our roots at Isabella Jewish Freedman Retreat Center
Connecticut Food & Farm Magazine, Summer 2018, Volume 13, June 22, 2018

BPY Fifth Grade Launches Composting Project to Help Sustain School Environment
By JLNJ Staff, Jewish Link of New Jersey, June 7, 2018

Slingshot introduces the Class of 2018
eJewish Philanthropy, June 4, 2018

Enjoying the Ride: Austin Cyclists Experience Israel by Bike
By Tonyia Cone, The Jewish Outlook, June 1, 2018

Faces & Places: Hazon Detroit
Detroit Jewish News, April 26, 2018

Making Synagogues Sustainable
by Paula Jacobs, Tablet Magazine, April 20, 2018

No More Waste: Hazon Detroit serves up healthy heaps of compost — just in time for Earth Day
Detroit Jewish News, April 19, 2018

A Whole Latke Good Food at the Colorado Jewish Food Fest
by Brandon Marshall, Westword, April 16, 2018

Dot Org: Hazon
KGNU News, April 5, 2018

Nigel Savage and Jeremy Kranowitz Discuss Hazon’s Vision for Food and Education
By Kyle Rabin, Ecoentric, March 29 ,2018

Colorado Jewish Food Fest Coming to Boulder
Boulder Jewish News, March 12, 2018

Hazon Food Conference Connects the Dots for Jewish Foodies
Kosher New England Magazine, February 2018

Social Justice Purim Celebration
Detroit Jewish News, February 22, 2018

Hazon: On a Mission to Inspire Sustainable Jewish Communities Through Transformative Programs & Events That Bring People Together
by Emily Gerson,, February 12, 2018

Hillel Commits to Sustainability Initiatives
by Sophie Roth-Duquet, The Chicago Maroon, February 7, 2018

Minding The Environment – Hazon Inspires Environmental Change
The Jewish News, February 1, 2018

The – Urgent – Environmental Agenda for the Jewish People
by Yosef I. Abramowitz, The Jerusalem Post, January 28, 2018

My Daughter, the Farmer
by Rahel Musleah, Hadassah Magazine, January, 2018

Trip to Africa Redefines Family for African-American Rabbi
by Isaiah Rothstein, My Jewish Learning, January 4, 2018

South Jersey residents explore Israel by bicycle
by Jayne Jacova Feld, Jewish Community Voice, January 3, 2018


As back-to-the-land Judaism booms, new training for mid-career educators
by Maya Mirsky, The Jewish News of Northern California, December 12, 2017

18+ Jewish Organizations to Support (That are Not the Federations or JNF)
by Rachel Brustein, Jewschool, November 29, 2017

CSU Hillel First in the Nation to Receive Certified Sustainability Rating
Boulder Jewish News, November 16, 2017

Rose Community Foundation Announces Grants from Q2 and Q3 of 2017
Boulder Jewish News, November 9, 2017

Envisioning Jewish Ed at the JCC
by Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, November 6, 2017

Reflections on New York Terror Attack, Israel Bike Ride and Beyond
The Philadelphia Jewish Voice, November 4, 2017

Cycling for peace, partnership and the environment
ISRAEL21c, October 29, 2017

New Program Sets the Standard for Animal Welfare in Institutional Food Purchasing
PRWeb, October 12, 2017

Changing the Way Animals are Raised for Food
Farm Forward, October 10, 2017

Boulder JCC Dedicates New Barn at Milk and Honey Farm Opening
by Erin Eberle, Boulder Jewish News, October 9, 2017

This organization helps the Jewish community address climate change
by Diana Madson, Yale Climate Connections, October 4, 2017

Milk and Honey Farm Donates Half-ton of Organic Vegetables
by Becca Weaver, Boulder Jewish News, September 13, 2017

Treasures of New York — UJA-Federation
WLIW21, September 10, 2017

Hug a chicken and 4 other twists on traditional High Holidays rituals
by Ben Sales, JTA, September 8, 2017

Immersing Ourselves In Culture: Savorfull Hits The Michigan Jewish Food Festival & Hears From Joan Nathan, Author Of King Solomon’s Table
by Stacy Goldberg, Savorfull, September 6, 2017

Hazon Food Conference Focuses On Farm-To-Synagogue Greening
by Shira Hanau, Jewish Week, September 5, 2017

Video Highlights of Jewish Food Festival
The Jewish News, September 1, 2017

A Feast from King Solomon’s Table
by Vivian Henoch, My Jewish Detroit, August 2017

Less Fear, More Resolve
by Nigel Savage, Sh’ma Now, August 30, 2017

Meet Shannon Sarna, ‘Modern Jewish Baker’
by Johanna Ginsberg, New Jersey Jewish News, August 30, 2017

Elul is Judaism’s New Year For Animals. Here’s What Tradition Teaches About Our Relationship to Them.
by Raysh Weiss, Tablet, August 30, 2017

Jewish Food Renaissance Is Here To Stay, According To Hazon Food Conference
by Barbara Fenig, Forward, August 25, 2017

Cooking Channel’s ‘Cheap Eats’ visits Detroit; Jewish food fest highlights sustainability
by Susan Selasky, Detroit Free Press, August 24, 2017

Synagogues bet the farm on community-grown organic gardens
by Cathryn J. Prince, The Times of Israel, August 23, 2017

Arava builds collaboration to solve environmental problems of Israel and its neighbors
by Ellen Weisman Strenger, Jewish Community Voice, August 16, 2017

Second annual Jewish Food Festival coming to Eastern Market Aug. 27
Detroit Jewish News, August 10, 2017

The Beyond Burger Is Beyond A Vegan’s Wildest Dreams
by Isabella Alessandrini, Forward, July 23, 2017

140 Jewish leaders vow to help US reach Paris climate accord goals
JTA, July 7, 2017

Jewish Fare on Wheels
by Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, June 2017

Nu Deli brings a new taste to Detroit
The Detroit Jewish News, June 22, 2017

Shaarey Zedek, B’nai Moshe and Hazon partner to provide organic produce
The Detroit Jewish News, June 16, 2017

At summer camp, baby boomers relive their youth with archery and show-and-tell
by Jacob Passy, MarketWatch, June 15, 2017

JNF, Boulder JCC and Hazon to Host Friends of Arava Institute Exec
by Marina Brodetsky, Boulder Jewish News, June 15, 2017

Introducing the Slingshot Class of 2017
eJewish Philanthropy, June 6, 2017

Hazon Marches For Israel — And The Environment
Forward, June 5, 2017

Tens Of Thousands March To ‘Celebrate Israel’ In New York
Forward, June 4, 2017

Glimpses of Shavuot 5777
by Rachel Barenblat, Velveteen Rabbi, June 2, 2017

Going green
Hillel International, May 26, 2017

36 Under 36: Naftali Hanau: Fresh Take On Kosher Meat
by Amy Sara Clark, The Jewish Week, May 25, 2017

Pesach 2017 at Isabella Freedman
by Gabe Aaronson, Kol Habirah , May 18, 2017

Sustainable Agriculture Brings Jews Back to Roots
by Patrice Worthy, Atlanta Jewish Times, May 10, 2017

Congregation Bonai Shalom Awarded 2016 Hazon Seal of Sustainability
by Nicole Perelman, Boulder Jewish News, May 3, 2017

Emanuel Synagogue Green Team launches new sustainability initiatives
West Hartford News, April 26, 2017

From their farm to our tables
by Joanne Palmer, NJ Jewish Standard, April 20, 2017

Better Energy: Marching for Jewish Values
by Yosef I. Abramowitz, The Jerusalem Post, April 20, 2017

Food for thought: A kosher slaughter
by Sam Brasch, KCRW, April 14, 2017

Farmer-Educator Takes Root at Federation
by Michael Jacobs, Atlanta Jewish Times, March 29, 2017

Seed to Table Conference Brings the Community Together
by Becca Weaver, Boulder Jewish News, March 28, 2017

Hazon Detroit celebrates Tu b’Shevat
by Sue Salinger, Detroit Jewish News, March 2, 2017

Nonprofits decry potential Trump cuts
by George Altshuler, Washington Jewish Week, February 8, 2017

Deeper Roots, Wider Branches
by Sue Salinger, myJewishDetroit, February 2017

Tu B’Shvat is an Opportunity for Vital Civic Education on the Climate Crisis, Let’s not Lose it!
by Rachel Makleff, eJewish Philanthropy, January 29, 2017

Helping the Homeless One Slice of Pizza at a Time
by Marissa Stern, Philadelphia Jewish Exponent, January 28, 2017


Limmud: Food for thought at America and UK initiatives to encourage ‘ethical eating’
by Simon Rocker,The Jewish Chronicle, December 27, 2016

Lippman Kanfer Prize for Applied Jewish Wisdom announces Winners
eJewish Philanthropy, December 7, 2016

8 Colorado Riders Complete the 2016 Israel Ride
by Jeff Raizen, Boulder Jewish News, December 4, 2016

Welcome to Giving Gardens at Yad Ezra
by Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, December 1, 2016

The Priest in the Trees
by Fred Bahnson, Harper’s Magazine, December 2016 issue

Learning at Hillel: Scrolls and Rolls
by Ayla Lieberman, Boulder Jewish News, November 16, 2016

Join the fourth Jewish Intentional Communities Conference
by Rachel Aronson, Jewschool, November 4, 2016

Four Steps to a Stronger Community
by Meredith Levick and Aharon Ariel Lavi, eJP, November 3, 2016

Alan Greenberg: Vote yes on 2H
by Alan Greenberg, Daily Camera, October 27, 2016

Berkeley urban farm moves to permanent West Berkeley location
by Parth Vohra, The Daily Californian, October 26, 2016

Ever cycle across Israel?
by Ken Toltz, The Times of Israel, October 26, 2016

The Super Important November 8 Vote That Nobody’s Talking About
by Nigel Savage, Forward, October 13, 2016

First UK Jewish farm community of our generation
by Sadeh, Chuffed, October 2016

Why Fast?
by Yedidya Julian Sinclair, The Times of Israel, October 9, 2016

Sustainability at the JCC
by JR Rich, medium, October 6, 2016

Food For Thought: Jewish Community Members Fight Hunger
Detroit Jewish News, October 5, 2016

Michigan Good Food Summit 2016: Faith-Based Organizations Working to Support Good Food in Michigan
Michigan Good Food, September 29, 2016

Making Moroccan Preserved Lemons in Time for Sukkot
by Elisheva Urbas, Forward, September 24, 2016

The Gefilte Manifesto: Reimagining the Jewish cuisine of central Europe
by Lisa Goldman, 972mag, September 23, 2016

Michael Twitty: A Kosher Soul
by Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, September 2016

A First! Michigan Jewish Food Festival
by Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, September 2016

Eating Our Way Through the Michigan Jewish Food Festival
by Judy Lansky and Lauren Mazlin, myJewishDetroit, September 2016

Official Soundtrack of Our Spirit 2016
Forward, September 2016

What Jewish Farmers Eat for Breakfast
by Leah Koenig, Forward, August 29, 2016

The Earth Moved for Them – Did it Move for You?
by Talya Zax, Forward, August 28, 2016

Wilderness Torah Opens Pathway for Jewish Educators
by Judith Schiller, eJP, August 25, 2016

Sue Salinger talks about the Michigan Jewish Food Festival
by Steve Byrne, Detours Podcast, August 25, 2016

Sustaining the Soul
by David Stromberg, The Jerusalem Report, August 22, 2016

Climate activists make noise in Philly ahead of Democratic convention
by Ben Adler, Grist, July 25, 2016

Arava building network of scientists, policymakers
by Sue Fishkoff, JWeekly, July 21, 2016

Rosner’s Torah-Talk: Parashat Chukat with Rabbi Justin Goldstein
by Shmuel Rosner,Jewish Journal, July 15, 2016

Sacramento temple hires native son as rabbi
by Patricia Corrigan,JWeekly, July 7, 2016

Elisheva Massel on Aligning Personal Values with Organizational Mission
Hornstein alumni profile, Brandeis University, July 2016

Centre for Sustainable, Land-based Judaism Opens in Ontario
by Jordana Skurka, Canadian Jewish News, June 30, 2016

In a Yiddische Green Acres, Old McDovid has a Farm, E-I-E-I-Oy
by Cathryn J. Prince, Times of Israel, June 21, 2016

JOFEE Network Gathering
Jim Joseph Foundation, June 16, 2016

How I Got Hired: A Conversation With Morgan Dorsch
by Victoria Crispo, Idealist Careers, June 14, 2016

Feed the Soil, Not the Plants
by Rebecca Bloomfield, eJP, June 13, 2016

Greening Group Planting Environmental Seeds
by Merri Rosenberg, New York Jewish Week, May 17, 2016

RETREAT! On Passover you can ‘Retreat,’ and then ‘Return!’
by Sandy Wasserman, Times of Israel, May 6, 2016

Growing the Field From Seed to Harvest: Jewish Outdoor, Food, & Environmental Education (JOFEE) Matures into its Next Phase
by Julie Botnick and Yoshi Silverstein, eJP, May 6, 2016

An Urban Kibbutz Kitchen – On the Upper West Side
by Danielle Kohanzadeh, Forward, April 24, 2016

Nigel Savage of Hazon on a Jewish Food Movement
Tikkun, April 19, 2016

The New Paradigm Spiritual Communities Initiative
by Rabbi Sid Schwarz, e Jewish Philanthropy, March 30, 2016

Make Way For ‘Earthodoxy’
by Gary Rosenblatt, New York Jewish Week, March 30, 2016

How to Do a Digital Detox
by Elana Lyn Gross,, March 28, 2016

Kid Tested, and Now Adult Tested: a Grown-up Taste of Jewish Summer Camp
by Deborah Fineblum,, March 23, 2016

In Landmark Announcement, Largest Welfare Certification Addresses Genetic Health
PR Web, March 17, 2016

Eleven Communities Across Canada Go Wild for Nature
Northumberland View, March 8, 2016

Israel, Jordan and Palestinians Discuss Water Co-operation
Jewish News, February 23, 2016

Farm to Seder Plate: Growing Crops in Canada
by Judy Maltz, Ha’Aretz, February 11, 2016
*PDF version here

A Jewish Farmers Movement: Revolutionary or Ridiculous?
by Dan Friedman, Forward, February 7, 2016

Young Jewish Farmers & Redemption
by Chaya Kurtz, Hevria, January 18, 2016

Thou Shalt Not Toss Food: Enlisting Religious Groups To Fight Waste
by Maria Godoy, NPR, January 18, 2016

The Israel Ride: Off the Beaten Path from Jerusalem to Eilat with Andy Roisman
by Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, January 8, 2016

Bagels at Hazon Conference That Rivaled New York’s
by Leah Koenig, Forward, January 4, 2016


Why Hazon, Why Now
by Vivian Henoch, myJewishDetroit, November 20, 2015

Festival Brings Food, Jews, Values Together
by Michael Bomze, Jewish Exponent, November 18, 2015

Jewish Artists from New York Release New Rap Album in English, Hebrew, Aramaic
by Alan Zeitlin, The Algemeiner, November 13, 2015

A Celebration of Food, A Call for Justice
by Michael Bomze, Jewish Exponent, November 10, 2015

Is the Jewish Community in America Actually in Crisis?
by Joshua Ratner, eJewish Philanthropy, November 8, 2015

Holy Cow: How This Funder Found Religion in Farm Animals
by Stefanie Garden, Inside Philanthropy, November 2, 2015

Largest Jewish Sustainability Organization Brings Farm Animal Welfare to the Table
The Humane Society, October 23, 2015

Finding God in a Carrot Field
by Shira Wolf, Forward, October 21, 2015

Google’s First Executive Chef at Hazon Food Fest in Palo Alto
By Andy Altman–Ohr, JWeekly, October 8, 2015

Hazon to Close San Francisco Office Next Month
by Sue Fishkoff, JWeekly, October 1, 2015

Jewish Food is Subject of Rocky Mountain Festival
by JTA, The Times of Israel, September 30, 2015

Hazon on PBS
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, September 4, 2015

Schlepping My Family to a Rosh Hashanah Retreat Was So Worth It
By Kerry Newman, Kveller, September 2, 2015

4 Questions for Boulder’s Newest Hebrew Priestess
Boulder Jewish News, August 31, 2015

Kohenet Institute Ordains Nine Hebrew Priestesses Graduating Class of 2015 Serve As Jewish Ritual Leaders & Educators
Boulder Jewish News, August 31, 2015

Faith Leaders Issue Global “Call to Conscience” on Climate
by A. D. McKenzie, Inter Press Service, July 24, 2015

From the White House to the USDA and Back to Boulder
by Rabbi Marc Soloway, Boulder Jewish News, July 23, 2015

Selected Stories, Quotes and Ideas from Summit of Conscience
Alliance of Religions and Conservation, July 22, 2015

Climate Change ‘A Matter of Conscience’ at Paris Summit
euronews, July 21, 2015

White House Honors 12 Faith Leaders as Climate–Change “Champions”
by Adelle M. Banks, Religion News Service, July 21, 2015

Cooking My Way Through the Torah
By Sarah Newman, Forward, July 19, 2015

Educational School Bus Tour Explores Holy Spacesby Nigel Savage, The Jewish Voice, June 17, 2015

Jewish Intentional Communities Coming to Boulder Jewish Commons?, by Jeff Levy, Boulder Jewish News, June 8, 2015

Amy’s Kitchen Tries Organic Fast Food, by Ali Golden, The Forward, June 8, 2015

Win-Win-Win, by Barbara Lewis, Detroit Jewish News, June 4, 2015

From Duty to Community and Back, by Nigel Savage, JTS, May 28, 2015

Farm-to-Table Judaism, by Merri Rosenberg, The Jewish Week, May 26, 2015

Torah Flora Announces Summer Botany Walks, by JLNJ Staff, Jewish Link of New Jersey, May 21, 2015

How Jewish Is Jewish Environmentalism? by Julian Sinclair, Mosaic, May 7, 2015

Mom ready for Hazon ride – this year on Mother’s Day, by Patricia Corrigan,, April 23, 2015

Judaism Blends in at LGBTQ Shabbaton, by Eliana Dobres, Cleveland Jewish News, April 17, 2015

It’s Baby Goat (Cheese) Season, by Meredith Cohen, The Forward, April 9, 2015

The Passover Gluten of Our Affliction, by Julie Botnick, The Forward, April 5, 2015

A Jewish Perspective on Preserving, by Jacob Siegel, The Forward, March 24, 2015

To Celebrate Pesach, We Must Learn to Bake Bread, by Blair Nosan, Jewschool, March 19, 2015

Hazon and the Emerging Field of JOFEE, Jim Joseph Foundation, March 13, 2015

Jim Joseph Foundation Awards $24 Million in Grants, JTA, March 12, 2015

Spotlight on Business: Adamah Aims To Cultivate the Soil & the Soul, Animoto Blog, February 27, 2015

Environmental Tikkun Olam Hits the Big Apple by Cathryn J. Prince, The Times of Israel, February 13, 2015

Peoplehood With Purpose: A Renewable Light Unto the Nations
by Yosef I. Abramowitz, eJewish Philanthropy, January 25, 2015

Starving Farmer: The New Starving Artist by Helen Chernikoff, The Jewish Week, January 21, 2015

Considering the Chicken by Jacob Siegel, The Forward, January 11, 2015

It’s Shmita! by Helen Chernikoff, The Jewish Week, January 7, 2015


December 2014, The Jewish Star, Diverse ‘Jewish Food Movement’ Comes of Age

November 2014, The Jewish Exponent, Hazon Festival Creates Sustainability Momentum

October 2014, eJewish Philanthropy, Ten-Timers

October 2014, eJewish Philanthropy, You Are What You Eat

October 2014, Jerusalem Post, Of Climate, Torah and Shmita

October 2014, JTA, Amid Drought, Jewish Groups Push Conservation Agenda

September 2014, Jewish Standard, Give it a Rest

September 2014, The New York Times, In Israel, Values of a Holy Respite Are Adapted for a High-Tech World

September 2014, The Forward, Jews Join Hundreds of Thousands at Largest-Ever Climate Change March

September 2014, The Jewish Week, People’s Climate MarchJewish Flavor At Climate March

September 2014, Haaretz, What is Shmita and where did it come from?

September 2014, Haaretz, The hippest commandment for progressive Jews

September 2014, Huffington Post, Why Is This Rosh Hashanah Different? (Nitzavim/Vayelekh, Deuteronomy 29:9-31:30)

September 2014, Huffington Post, How the Once-Every-Seven-Years Observance of Shmita is Changing Jewish Lives

September 2014, Civil Eats, Beyond The Kibbutz: A Jewish Farm Renaissance

September 2014, Jewish Exponent, Activists Prepare for Climate March

September 2014, JHub, What We Can Do Together

September 2014, Haaretz, The Hippest Commandment for Progressive Jews

September 2014, The Forward, Jewish Groups Warm to Climate Change Battle

September 2014, JTA, Jews to Blow the Shofar in the People’s Climate March NYC on September 21

August 2014, Chabad News, CTeen Leaders Recharge Their Batteries at Summer Retreat

August 2014, Boulder Jewish News, Shabbat Ha’aretz: Judaism, Land Use, Social Justice and Climate Change

July 2014, The New York Times, New Gleanings from a Jewish Farm

July 2014, The Skokie Review, Unique Topsy Turvy Bus Travels a Long Way to Skokie

July 2014, The Aurora Beacon-News, Topsy Turvy Bus Heads to Geneva Farm for Environmental Initiative

July 2014, JTA, Zalman Schachter-Shalomi Brought Old World Gravitas to New Age Judaism

June 2014, The Denver Post, At Jewish Food Festival Tasting, Savoring Tradition is Key

June 2014, The Denver Post, Jewish Food Festival in Denver Celebrates Sustainability, Tradition

June 2014, The Huffington Post, Yes, Religion Can Still Be A Force For Good In The World. Here Are 100 Examples How

June 2014, JWeekly, Hazon Bicycle Ride Puts the Pedal to the Shtetl

June 2014, Rural Intelligence, 10 Things To Love About Falls Village

June 2014, eJP, How the Outdoors, Food, and Environment Leads to Increased Jewish life

June 2014, The Jewish Daily Forward, Time for Jewish Evangelizing

May 2014, JWeekly, Get to know JOFEE — it’s here to stay

April 2014, Canadian Jewish News, Strengthening Jewish identity through environmental education

April 2014, Epoch Times, Goat-Raising Rabbi Leads Jewish Organic Food Movement

April 2014, Yoga City, Torah Yoga Is Growing For Jews And All Wisdom Seekers

April 2014, Juedische Allgemeine, Zurück zu den Wurzeln

April 2014, New Jersey Jewish News, Head of Hazon serves ‘Food for Thought

April 2014, The Denver Post, Jewish food movement for ethical living gives Passover new meaning

April 2014, New Voices, Toward a Queerer, Jewier Tomorrow

April 2014, Kol Aleph, ALEPH and Hazon Partner on Bike Rides and Retreats

April 2014, JWeekly, Findings of JOFEE study to be shared in San Francisco

April 2014, San Diego Jewish World, Leichtag ranch is nursery for innovative Judaism

April 2014, Heritage Florida Jewish News, Using shmita to change lives

April 2014, jWeekly, Farm-to-table food and a path through the wilderness led me to my Jewish roots

April 2014, eJP, A JOFEE Journey

April 2014, Jewish News 1, First UK Shmita Summit

March 2014, Jerusalem Post, Shmita summit: Our year of living car-lessly

March 2014, Moment Magazine, Nigel Savage on the Jewish Food Movement

March 2014, Ohio Jewish Chronicle, JOFEE offers hope for Jewish future following Pew Report pessimism

March 2014, The Jewish Voice, First Israeli-born qes to visit Rhode Island

March 2014, Heritage, Is JOFEE the new acronym for the Jewish future?

March 2014, JWeekly, Is environmental education the wave of the Jewish future?

March 2014, EJP, Shmittah: A Paradigm for Funding

March 2014, Zeek, The Jewish Ecosphere Springs Forward: Social Justice & Innovation in the Expanding Universe of “JOFEE”

March 2014, EJP, The JOFEE Report: Lessons, Successes and Challenges

March 2014, Boulder Jewish News, Nigel Savage: JOFEE Report and the Challenge of Asset Allocation

March 2014, Canadian Jewish News, Jolt your community with JOFEE

March 2014, Jewish News, In Pew’s wake: Does JOFEE spell Jewish future?

March 2014, Jweekly, Is environmental education the wave of the Jewish future?

March 2014, The Jewish Week, The Greening Of Jewish Millennials

March 2014, The Jewish Voice, Jewish Outdoor, Food, and Environmental Education Experiences Show Increased Potential for Engagement

March 2014, The Algemeiner, After Pew Pessimism, is ‘JOFEE’ the New Acronym for the Jewish Future?

March 2014, The Forward, Jewish Food Programs Are Growing, Says New Report

March 2014, JNS, After Pew pessimism, is ‘JOFEE’ the new acronym for the Jewish future?

March 2014, EJP, Jewish Outdoor, Food, and Environmental Education Experiences Show Increased Potential for Jewish Engagement

March 2014, Moment Magazine, Nigel Savage on the Jewish Food Movement

March 2014, The Covenant Foundation, The Art of the Family Meal

February 2014, Boulder Jewish News, “Sukkah City” Opens the BJFF

February 2014, Jewish Community Voice, Kellman Brown wins green ribbon for pioneering environmental efforts

February 2014, Jweekly, The Natural: Berkeley’s Adam Berman at the root of Jewish farm movement

February 2014, JTS, JTS to Host Hazon Founder Nigel Savage: “What’s Next for the Jewish Food Movement?”

February 2014, Canyon Courier, Pedaling peace: Couple to participate in 350-mile bike ride through Israel

February 2014, JWeekly, Cultivating the next generation

February 2014, Hazon, J Space, Lead Jewish Voice In Environment & Food Policy, Starts New In 2014

February 2014, Jewish Week, Green Growth Going Mainstream

February 2014, Local Belle, Kitchen Visit: Baruch Rock Homebrewer

January 2014, The Jewish Week, Hazon Conference Dispatch

January 2014, Repair The World, Spotlight On: Hazon’s (Jewish) Bike Rides

January 2014, The Forward, Pete Seeger’s 7 Most Jewish Songs

January 2014, Jewish Journal, RIP, Pete Seeger

January 2014, Jewish Ledger, Conversation with Steve Sherman

January 2014, Jewish Ledger, Shmita: “From perceived scarcity to revealed abundance”

January 2014, Jewish Times, Purpose-Built

January 2014, The Forward, David Cooper, Father of BuJu


December 2013, New Jersey Jewish News,  Pickler preserves an Ashkenazi legacy

December 2013, JTA Telegraph,  At Jewish conferences, it’s food glorious food

November 2013, J Weekly,  Program enters year 3 of nourishing family mealtime

November 2013, Jewish Boston,  Intentional Community on the Urban Frontier

November 2013, Tri Corner News,  Pie ‘pop-up’ benefits the Fishes & Loaves food pantry

November 2013, NJ Jewish News,  Centers of intention: Forum attracts Jews seeking co-op communities

November 2013, Boulder Jewish News,  A Catholic, Protestant, Pentecostal and Jew Walk into a… Garden!

November 2013, JTA,  Intentional communities initiative aims to put Jews back in touch with the land

November 2013, The New York Jewish Week,  ‘We Are Inventing A Life’

November 2013, Boulder Jewish News,  Black and White Jerusalem

October 2013, Boulder Jewish News,  Something for Everyone at the Hazon Food Conference

October 2013, Jewish Exponent,  Hazon Festival Brings Green Message to Philly

October 2013, Chapelboro Radio,  Israel Ride – rider interview

October 2013, Jewish Exponent,  Shopping at the Shuk

October 2013, Canyon Courier,  Pedaling peace: Couple to participate in 350-mile bike ride through Israel

October 2013, The Jewish Week,  The Territories Within

October 2013, Maryland Hillel online,  Bike for Change

July 2013, Huffington Post, The Kabbalah of Baseball

March 2013, J. Jewish News Weekly,  Just harvest: Hazon Jewish Food Festival offers a full plate of workshops, tastings


October 2012, JTA,  Jewish senior camps retool to keep up with more active seniors and the competition

October 2012, The Rogovoy Report, Weekend Workshop to Explore Spirituality of Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan

September 2012, The Jewish Week, Greener Day For Jewish Community

September 2012, JTA, Campfires, meditation and mountain trails: alternative High Holidays celebrations

August 2012, Divinnovations, In Conversation with Adam Segulah Sher, Program Manager

July 2012, New Jersey Jewish News, Talkin’ baseball: An all-star lineup dissects the Jewish love affair with America s national pastime

June 2012, The Sallan Foundation News & Views, Realizing the Behavioral Wedge – Getting Tenants Involved in Saving Energy

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Monday, July 30 at 1 pm, MAD Magazine’s Al Jaffee & Other Jewish Comic Book Heroes with guests Al JaffeeDanny Fingeroth and Arie Kaplan

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Thursday, November 17 at 3 pm, Teva: Building a World of Young Jewish Environmentalists with guests Nili Simhai (Teva Learning Alliance) and Yoni Stadlin (Eden Village Camp)

Tuesday, October 4 at 3 pm, Celebrating the Harvest: Looking Forward To Sukkahfest with guests Shamu Sadeh (Adamah), Rabbi Jill Hammer (Kohenet), and Rabbi Ezra Weinberg (Mishkan Ha’am)

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November 2011, The Tufts Daily, For the second year, Hillel farm retreat brings faith back to nature

September 2011, JTA, Roseanne Barr: Meditate with Me

August 2011, The Jewish Week, Training The Green Team

August 2011, The Jewish Daily Forward, Summer Camps for Jewish Seniors Live On

July 2011, Huffington Post, Is The Jew Still In The Lotus?

July 2011, New York Blueprint, Join Actress Roseanne Barr for a Women-Only Shabbat

June 2011, Huffington Post, Religious Retreats to Recharge the Spirit this Summer

April 2011, PresenTense Jewish Social Action Now, Spirituality and Activism: Meditating on change


December 2010, Sisterhood Blog on The Forward, How Jewish Workplaces Can Right Gender Disparities

December 2010, JTA, Food for Thought

November 2010, The Jew & The Carrot Blog on The Forward, Can Cheese Be Jewish?

November 2010, PresenTense, Holy Chevre

November 2010, Jewschool blog: Inside the Activists’ Studio, Starting From Wherever You Are

November 2010, eMagazine: Feeding the Faith, Religious Orders Are Growing Vegetables, Raising Cows and Making Cheese in the Name of the Spirit

November 2010, The New York Times, To Revive Jewish Dishes, Some Cooks Look to the Shtetl

October 2010, Huffington Post, The New Jewish Food Movement: Jews Who Meet What They Eat

October 2010, Berman Jewish Policy Archive at NYU Wagner, Jewish Farming School, Then and Now

October 2010, Lakeville Journal, Planning for the Future in Farm Fields

October 2010, Lakeville Journal, Colors of Autumn Farm Day

August 2010, The Jewish Independent, Growing a Spiritual Toolbox: DLTI retreat attracts international communal leaders and learners


October 2009, Canadian Jewish News, Adamah brings a Jewish approach to organic farming

September 2009, 614:HBI eZine, Rocking & Rolling with Jodi Falk

July 2009, Washington Jewish Weekly, Heed the warning signs

July 2009, Jewish Post & Opinion, At the ALEPH Kallah 2009

December 2009, The Flame: News from UJA-Federation of New York, Mixing Jewish Studies with Agriculture