Thursday, April 22 | 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDT (9:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT)
Duration: 60 min
Program Description: We are in a global environmental crisis. Jewish tradition compels us to respond. This series follows six themes with the most interesting and broadly relevant thought leadership and action coming out of the Jewish environmental movement for a wide audience. The depth and breadth of the Jewish environmental movement is vast. This series is produced in partnership with Hazon, which is the largest faith-based environmental organization in the U.S. and is building a movement that strengthens Jewish life and contributes to a more environmentally sustainable world for all.
Episode Description: An exploration of how Jews are connecting and reconnecting to the land through farming, nature education, ritual, and more.
Talia Chain | Founder, Sadeh
Micha Chetrit | Farmer/Co-Founder of The Midbar Project
Risa Alyson Cooper | Executive Director, Shoresh
Yosef Gillers | Co-Executive Director, GrowTorah
Rabbi Zelig Golden | Executive Director, Wilderness Torah
Shani Mink | Executive Director, Jewish Farmer Network
Shamu Sadeh | Director of Education at Isabella Freedman, Hazon
Nigel Savage | Founder and CEO, Hazon