January JTree Update

Thank you to families and friends who made an end of year donation to Boulder JTree. Your Chanukah recognitions pushed Boulder JTree donations to 4,000 saplings! In November, JTree volunteers created an additional 3,000 seed ball/saplings in a partnership with The Nature Conservancy. 

JTree will mark a one-year anniversary at Tu B’shevat. Join the Seder focused on climate change, wildfire and reforestation on January 27.

Thank you for volunteering and for your partnership in supporting Boulder JTree, an invitation to every Jewish community to play its part in tree. Your planting partners in the US include HazonJewish Theological SeminaryJewish ClimateAction Network, Aytzim, and the Jewish Emergent Network.

Check out the Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest, a free on-line multi-day event to activate together around climate change. 

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