What is Tu B’Shevat?
( January 30-31, 2018 | January 20-21, 2019 )

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How To Make a Salad That Brings Together the Flavors of Ancient Israel

Filled with figs, dates, pomegranates, and olives, it’s perfect for Tu B’Shevat—or any time of year

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A Jewish Fig Bread Recipe for Tu B’Shevat

Preserving the ancient holiday tradition of eating dried fruit and preserves

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Celebrate Tu B’Shevat With Chocolate Bark

Ring in the new year of the trees, even when it’s the middle of winter

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In the California Desert, Wilderness Torah Takes Judaism Back to Nature

Founder Zelig Golden, an environmental lawyer turned rabbi-in-training, tries ‘to reconnect the Jewish people’ to the earth

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Survival Elements

Lauren Henkin’s photographs feature trees growing in unlikely places

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Branching Out

Touring a Brooklyn collector’s cache of botanical art, now on display in a Pittsburgh museum

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How to Celebrate the New Year of the Trees

A guide to the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shevat

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Green Day

From composting and juices to photography and Cynthia Ozick, 10 inventive ways to celebrate Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish new year for trees