Tree Fabulous! Upcoming Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest Has Boulder Connections

The  Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest is coming up this week, January 27 (Tu B’Shevat) through January 31, with 165 panels of climate-related goodness! There are (at least) two Boulder-connected panels:

Register here, and more information here.

More JTree News from Natalie:

Tree distribution: Hannah Perez-Postman Community Outreach & Program Manager, Ekar Farm contacted me by way of Becky O’Brien- they work together on the Hazon seal of sustainability program. Ekar Farm has extra Tu BiShvat trees – a limited number (25 ish?) of small blue spruce saplings 

  • Bare-root sapling comes with soil & peat pot for $2.50 each. 
  • Saplings come with a care sheet.
  • You will need to plant the sapling in the dirt – it is not already potted.

Let me know if you are interested. Here is a sign-up sheet. I will coordinate getting them from Hannah in Denver and then folks can either pick them up from my house or another central location.

Thank you for supporting JTree,
Natalie

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