What’s in season in New England for Tu B’shvat? Maple syrup! Join us for this fun, educational annual event for all ages! Tu B’shvat is traditionally a time to asses our fields and fruit trees. Led by the Land’s Sake and Ganei Beantown educators, we’ll explore the sugaring process, from tree-tapping, wood splitting, boiling and […]

The Boston Jewish Food Conference (BJFC) is an annual springtime event run by Beantown Jewish Gardens. In a multi-generational, pluralistic setting, it serves to educate and connect the greater Boston Jewish community around issues of sustainable food systems and what guides our food choices. Volunteer planning team members will hold the vision for the event and organize and […]

Join us as we consider what Jewish tradition has to teach us about negotiating the ethical challenges we all face. Each class will examine a different issue in the light of both traditional and contemporary texts. Our teachers include rabbis, academics, and executives from Jewish organizations, all of whom will guide us toward the discovery […]