By growing and sharing produce, writer Edmon Rodman seeks to embrace the holiday's harvest roots. Unfortunately, a pesky raccoon is interested in the crops, too.
By Ben Harris
Sarah Chandler, the director of earth based spiritual practice at the Isabella Freedman retreat center in Connecticut, gets swamped by a herd of goats that seem to really love her hair. More ▸
By Sue Fishkoff
The latest in a growing number of Jewish farming initiatives nationwide, and the first on the West Coast, is slated for Berkeley, Calif. More ▸
By Ami Eden
In conjunction with this year’s Tu B’Shevat holiday, JTA is sponsoring a contest to find the best Jewish environmental initiatives. More ▸