Hive Heroes: Sabrina Malach

  To celebrate the launch of Shop Shoresh, we are starting a new series of profiles: Hive Heroes! Hive Heroes are the awesome folks in our community who educate, inspire, and empower us to be Shomrei Adamah, Protectors of the

Bringing Gardening Home

Written by guest blogger Michael Mikhailovsky Nature exists around the human made world, and it gives us a lot. It sustains and nourishes us. It gives us clean air to breathe, food and shelter. It gives us strength to overcome

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Black Lives Matter

Tzedek Tzedek Tirdof / Justice, justice, you shall pursue – Deuteronomy 16:20 This is one of the core Jewish teachings in which Shoresh grounds our spaces and programs. The Torah teaches us that justice must be actively sought, for our

Dayenu Garden Resources

  Shoresh’s mission is to inspire and empower our community to become Shomrei Adamah, guardians of the earth. While the state of the world has changed with the current COVID-19 pandemic, our mission remains the same. We are here to

Shoresh at Home

  Here you can find some Jewish nature activities you can do at home! Nature Journals Habitat Scavenger Hunt Habitat Build Mustard Seed Necklaces Mah Rabu Collage Journey Sticks TP Grassy Head Creatures Recycled Paper Making Shema Sound Map Solitary Bee

Greening Purim

By Shoresh Guest Blogger: Michael Mikhailovsky The Jewish festival of Purim celebrates Esther and Mordechai’s salvation of the Jewish people of Persia from Haman who wanted to kill all the Jews in his Empire. Purim, also called The Festival of

Shomrei Adamah and Land Protectors: How Can the Jewish Community Support the Wet’suwe’ten?

Written and researched by Mira Goldstein, Lead Educator: Youth and Family Programs What is happening in Wet’suwe’ten? Over the past couple months, you have probably heard about or encountered the many rail blockades and rallies across the country in support

Happy New Year, Trees!

By Shoresh volunteer: Michael Mikhailovsky The holiday of Tu Bi Shevat is also called the New Year for Trees or the Birthday of the Trees. It celebrates trees in anticipation of springtime. In the winter, some trees lose their leaves, and

Sustainable Chanukah 101

By volunteer Blogger: Michael Mikhailovsky The Festival of Chanukah celebrates the rededication of the Jewish Temple in 165 B.C.E., after the Greek occupation of the land of Israel. There were two Temples for Jewish people in Jerusalem in ancient Israel.

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