Becca Gan Levy

Community Tu B’Shevat Seder Thursday

Join us Thursday, January 13, at 7:30 pm for a virtual Tu B'Shevat seder where we'll talk about Boulder's new climate initiative to create cool corridors throughout our community and explain the importance of urban forests and carbon-rich landscapes as critical to both community well-being and climate action.

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Children and Family Programs over Winter Break

Milk and Honey Farm at the Boulder JCC will be offering two virtual programs over winter break for families. It’s cold outside, but we can still warm each other’s hearts and get together virtually! 

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Set a Goal: Zero Waste This Chanukah. We’ll Tell You How.

Rosie Briggs, from Eco-Cycle, will be leading a virtual class for the community this Thursday evening December 3rd, “Green Gift Giving.” Sign up and learn how you can create a positive impact on the environment and climate this Chanukah!

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Buy Less Stuff This Holiday Season

The City of Boulder envisions building a circular economy to make a big impact on our consumption emissions. The infrastructure they envision is an impressive goal! We can start working toward this vision right now by changing the way we think about gifting this holiday season and buying less stuff! 

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A Food Justice Tu B’shevat Seder

This year, we celebrated the holiday at Milk and Honey Farm at the J with a new twist, by incorporating the theme of Food Justice into the mystical seder structure.

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Party With the Trees for Tu B’Shevat

Though Tu B’shevat comes during the heart of winter in North America, the holiday allows us to begin planning for the spring, assessing our environmental commitments for the year, and examining our spiritual place in the natural world.

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