June 4 – 7, 2013: Teva Seminar
The annual Teva Seminar on Jewish Environmental Education is the premiere professional development opportunity for adults of all ages to explore Jewish environmental education, environmental sustainability, camping, gardening, or simply enjoying nature with others. The Seminar takes place over four days at the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center in Falls Village, CT.
Submit a Course Proposal by March 4!
Camp & Wilderness
Develop technical outdoor skills, enhance your ecological knowledge, and engage in practices to help you deepen your spiritual connection to Judaism and the natural world.
Congregational & Day School
Bring Jewish holidays, life cycles and agricultural cycles alive in your school or community through creative, hands-on Jewish environmental learning.
Farm & Garden facilitated by Jewish Farm School and Adamah staff
Acquire the knowledge, skills and Judaic background you need to start a Jewish agricultural education program in your community.
Leadership & Activism
Explore specific environmental issues facing our global community and Jewish responses to these issues, while honing your ability to speak about and organize action around them.