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How much do you know about this environmentally friendly holiday?
Recipes for the birthday of the trees, when it is traditional to eat fruit and nuts.
Resources for hosting a Tu Bishvat seder.
The modern seder draws on elements of its mystical predecessor.
This act has always been held in high regard in Judaism.
A minor festival seemingly tailor-made for today's Jewish environmentalists.
The "birthday of the trees" is a time for seders, tree-planting and more.
A contemporary form of Judaism that focuses on our relationship with the environment and expands the focus of Tu Bishvat.
This tie to the land of Israel has been carried out in many ways.
As Jews reclaimed the land long celebrated by Tu Bishvat and revived Jewish life on it, the holiday was again transformed.
Tu Bishvat is the perfect holiday for locavores, school kids and home cooks, alike
Science and Ecology
Jewish sources single out trees as one of the most important aspects of the natural world.
Celebrating the tastes of Tu Bishvat.
Southern & Jewish
Photographing nature in the Deep South makes the New Year for the Trees feel even more special.
In 2018, the "birthday of the trees" begins at sundown on Tuesday, Jan. 30 and ends at sundown on Wednesday, Jan. 31.