Wilderness Torah reconnects Jewish traditions to the land
Tickets on sale now!
Shmita: Elements in Balance
October 9 – October 12
Green Oaks Creek Farm, Pescadero, CA
Youth Programs Enrolling for Fall!
B’hootz (“outside” in Hebrew), for grades K-5, brings Judaism to life through a nature-based “Sunday school in the woods.” B’hootz provides fundamental naturalist, survival, and leadership skills through a Jewish lens.
B’naiture, for grades 6 and 7, is a two-year, experiential program for girls and boys that uses nature as a vehicle to explore the transition from childhood to adolescence.
Wilderness Torah Featured
on KALW’s Spiritual Edge
A wonderful 10-minute radio story on Passover in the Desert aired July 22 on NPR-affiliate KALW.
The story is part of their Spiritual Edge series on spiritual innovation in the Bay Area.
A National Study of Immersive Jewish Outdoor,
Food & Environmental Education (JOFEE)
Hazon and six Jewish funders collaborated to produce the first-ever national survey on Jewish Outdoor, Food, and Environmental Education (JOFEE) programs and experiences. The findings of the report, “Seeds of Opportunity,” are extraordinary! Wilderness Torah is proud to be a part of the JOFEE community.
For the third year in a row, Wilderness Torah has been named one of the nation’s 50 most innovative Jewish nonprofits in SLINGSHOT 13|14, the 9th annual resource guide for Jewish innovation.