Wilderness Torah awakens and celebrates
the earth-based traditions of Judaism
to nourish the connections between
self, community, earth, and Spirit
December 18, 2013 | 5:30–8:00 pm
Urban Adamah, 1050 Parker Street, Berkeley
Join us under the full moon of Tevet—as we enter the dark of winter and celebrate the courageous gifts of women! Register here.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
East Bay Hills
More info coming soon!
Does your child love to be outside, discover natural treasures and learn in an experiential way? Do you want your child to be part of a Jewish community that values the earth and encourages the unique gifts in each child? Has your child loved B’hootz and planned to come back for another season?
Registration Opens Wednesday, December 18
Jon Young’s Keynote at Sukkot on the Farm
Listen to Jon’s keynote conversation with Zelig Golden, Rachel Ruch, and the Sukkot on the Farm community.
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.
Slingshot organizations grapple with concerns in Jewish life such as identity, community, social justice and tradition, each with different missions, perspectives and strategies. Readers use Slingshot to identify the most inspiring and trailblazing organizations, projects, and programs in the North American Jewish community today.
Our inclusion in SLINGSHOT 13|14 is a strong validation for the work Wilderness Torah is doing. This honor exposes us to a vibrant funding community, a valuable vehicle as we work to grow our capacity and take our programming to the next level.