Tu B’Shevat might not seem like the most important event on the calendar this year. But it’s a reminder that seeds we plant today will bear fruit tomorrow.
A Yiddish tale puts a different spin on Tu B’Shevat
A reading list reflecting the environmentalist values of this underappreciated holiday
After the death of Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, the mystical Renewal movement faces the future
On Tu B’Shevat, recalling how planting trees in the Civilian Conservation Corps helped immigrants’ children become Americans
Founder Zelig Golden, an environmental lawyer turned rabbi-in-training, tries ‘to reconnect the Jewish people’ to the earth
On Tu B’Shevat, Jews celebrate the natural world. Do we praise it for its own sake, or only as a reflection of God?
Lauren Henkin’s photographs feature trees growing in unlikely places
Touring a Brooklyn collector’s cache of botanical art, now on display in a Pittsburgh museum