Tag Archives: trees

Planting the New and Replanting the Old: By Shmuel Sackett

 
This week is Tu B’Shvat – the “Rosh Ha’Shanah” for Trees. Israeli schoolchildren all across the country, will leave their classrooms to plant trees… but this year, things will be very different. As opposed to previous years when the focus […]

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A New York Boy Becomes an Israeli Farmer: By Shmuel Sackett

Israel is the only country in the world where there are more trees in the ground by the end of each year than at the beginning! I am proud to say, that Baruch Hashem – in my small way, I […]

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The Ground that Gives Life: By Shmuel Sackett

10 Tamuz, 5774/July 8, ‘14
I did not write my regular column last week for this newspaper because I was way too involved in the fate of the missing three boys. Like everybody else, I attended special Tefillot gatherings, was glued […]

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Land of Israel, We Love You! Moshe Feiglin and Zo Artzeinu Plant in Eish Kodesh

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Plant Trees in Israel NOW – Shmittah is Almost Coming

Tu B’Shvat is coming in just a few days – time to plant fruit trees in Israel!!!
Our annual fruit-tree drive has begun and this year it is DOUBLY important!
 
First of all, the recent snow storm in Israel destroyed over 10,000 […]

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