Sunday, January 16 at 8:00pm ET
Join us for a virtual environmental justice Tu B’Shvat Seder and meet the new Hazon on a journey through the global network of environmental Judaism. For thousands of years Tu B’Shvat has marked the new year for the trees as the sap of almond trees begins to rise in the land of Israel. Today, we embrace this time as a day of renewal and celebration for the Jewish environmental movement embracing environmental justice as a crucial component of a healthier just world for all.
This year Tu B’Shvat falls on Martin Luther King Jr. Day – a reminder that the fight against the climate crisis must also be a fight for climate justice. Our gathering together will be an evening of spiritual renewal and inspiration led by Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein of Jewish Federations of North America along with the farmers and educators of Adamah farm and Pearlstone Center, the community of Hakhel, and the activists of the Jewish Youth Climate Movement. You are invited to join us on Sunday January 16 at 8:00pm.
We encourage you to make your own seder at home, during the virtual seder. We have three ways to help you make a seder at home.
- If you live in the Baltimore area, order a meal and seder kit from Pearlstone Kitchen.
- If you live elsewhere in the United States, you can purchase seder kits here and here.
- Gather your own materials for a seder using this shopping list
Browse Hazon’s Tu B’Shvat resources! These holiday resources, including our Haggadot, offer thoughts and ideas to help you celebrate Tu B’Shvat in your home or community. The texts, questions, activities, and suggestions can serve as guides for viewing Tu B’Shvat through fresh eyes and recontextualizing traditions.