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Hazon Educational Library: Middle School

Sukkot on the Farm in 20 mins

by Noah Weinberg
Gann Academy
This program is a snappy rotational way for lots of young people to experience the farm.

Pasture Politics: Exploring the Tragedy of the Common

by Clara Feigelson
Pearlstone Center
This program is an introduction to collective responsibility as humans to each other and the Earth in the context of games.

Exploring the Water Cycle and Hebrew Holidays

by Jessica Wolfe
Isabella Freedman
Students will learn how the Jewish holidays relate to the water cycle. We will look at the water cycle of North East United States & Israel to compare and contrast the differences between the water cycles in each region and the holidays that occur during those times.

Ruach: Torah of the Wind

by P Stern Christian
Pearlstone Center
The purpose of this program is for participants to begin to understand wind as an ecological force, and connect that understanding with ruach.

Exploring Do it Yourself Judaism: Crafting Hand Dipped Beeswax Shabbat Candles

by Aliza Heeren
Eden Village Camp
In this program, participants explore the intention of Shabbat and the traditional and modern meaning and purpose of lighting Shabbat candles. Participants learn about the value of making Jewish ritual objects by hand, and get a small taste of the exciting world of bees!

Making Grape Juice

by Rebecca Leung
Abundance Farm
This program is a lesson on making grape juice from grapes. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss what makes grape juice holy.

Rosh Hashana Symbolism Through Food

by Sara Just-Michael
Grow Torah
A Rosh Hashana seder during which you will be connecting food to different intentions for the new year.

WORMS!

by Jessica Wolfe
Isabella Freedman
This program is designed to help kids understand the values of Hachnasat Orchim and Bal Tashchit. Kids will have the opportunity to meet worms, explore the garden and enjoy a tasty snack. This program can be adapted to indoor locations during the colder months.

Climate Change Time Machine All Camp Program

by Aliza Heeren
Eden Village Camp
Storyline: It?s the year 3019 and life is pretty grim. And all of the environmental ethics that we knew in 2019 have been lost to history. It?s up to us to go back in time to 2019 to save the future!

Topsy Turvy Bus

by Hannah Fine
Hazon Detroit
This curriculum engages students with the Topsy Turvy Bus and its sustainable attributes and teaches about sunlight and vegetable oil as alternative energy sources.

Nature Olympics

by Clara Feigelson
Pearlstone Center
This Maccabiah-style evening program is an active, action-packed competition that allows campers to practice new skills, work together on teams, and learn about plants and animals.

DIY Yad Whittling

by Aliza Heeren
Eden Village Camp
This curriculum has instructions for how to whittle a yad, and is introduced with education about how a Torah is made.
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Post-Pesach Wild Edibles Hike

by Beth Denaburg
Shoresh
This program brings the Biblical story of Pesach into a modern urban nature setting. Participants are encouraged to take on the roles of wandering Israelites recently escaped from Egypt, while also learning about the plants that are safe and good to eat from the natural setting currently surrounding them.