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Awe is more than an emotion; it is a way of understanding, insight into a meaning greater than ourselves. The beginning of awe is wonder, and the beginning of wisdom is awe. -Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel WOW is our favorite

Top 3 Ways to Sweeten Your New Year

We are thrilled to offer the community these three awesome ways to honor family and friends this Rosh Hashana. 1. Honey Our honey bees have been working super hard gathering and transforming nectar for Bela Farm’s wildflowers into honey and

If You Plant It, They Will Come

Shoresh’s favourite word is “wow” and one of our all-time-favourite sources of wonder and wow is the process of pollination. Watching a bee fly from flower to flower seeking nectar and pollen while inadvertantly spreading pollen from one flower to

The Shoresh Socialite: Anthony Rose

Shoresh loves chef/restaurateur/yogi  Anthony Rose and all the amazing contributions he’s made to nurturing Jewish food culture in Toronto. We first met him at Beyond Bubbie, an event we co-organized with the Ontario Jewish Archives and the Miles Nadal JCC to

Life with Bees-March

  To help develop and nurture your inner WOW Shoresh will be sharing seasonal tidbits about the lives of our honey bees and what they’re up to at Bela Farm. What do Bela’s Bees do in March? Imagine spending a

Life With Bees: January-February

To help develop and nurture your inner WOW Shoresh will be sharing seasonal tidbits about the lives of our honey bees and what they’re up to at Bela Farm. “As civilization advances, the sense of wonder declines. Such decline is

Happy 4th Day of Chanukah!

In celebration of Chanukah, Shoresh is highlighting eight of the many ways we are bringing more light into the world. Day 4: We’ve Nurtured Almost 1 Million Bees and 3 Monarch Butterflies For a complete look at how we are repairing the world, read

Reflections from a Jewish Beekeeper

By: Sabrina Malach Shoresh’s Director of Community Engagement and Resident Beekeeper at Bela Farm As the resident beekeeper at Bela Farm, I have had the great privilege and honour to collaborate with the thousands of honey bees that call Bela Farm

Why I Give

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RYAN STORM: SAVING THE BEES FROM THE BIMA He’s only in high school, but Ryan Storm has already done so much incredible work to promote clean, sustainable eating and help preserve the environment. On his blog, Ry’s Ratings, he posts

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