Resources on the Web
Some favorite blogs and organizational websites for Jewish spiritual growth and environmental learning
In alphabetical order
Grow Torah, Inc. is a merging of two Orthodox environmental groups: Grow Torah and Canfei Nesharim, to promote education on Torah and the environment.
Hazon (“Vision”) is the premier Jewish organization whose work encompasses transformative experiences (including retreats), thought leadership and capacity building for a more sustainable community and world.
Jewcology is an online community to connect people interested and involved in Judaism and the environment.
Jewish Farmer Network connects Jewish farmers to one another and the world.
JOTE: Jews of the Earth is a renewing organization working to highlight the connection between Judaism and the environment through activities such as educational programs, environmental study and service, and help with environmental practices.
Kol ALEPH is the voice of ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal, the movement for renewing Jewish spirituality. They are offering the first Earth-Based Educational program for rabbis, cantors, and other interested students.
Neo-Hasid offers eco-theology and Hassidic spiritual resources and for the modern world from Rabbi David Seidenberg
Sophia Street is a blog by Rabbi Laura Duhan-Kaplan, rabbi, philosophy professor, depth psychologist and animal lover.
Shalom Center proclaims a prophetic voice of Torah and social activism, including environmental teachings, by my teacher Rabbi Arthur Waskow.
Torah Flora is a website developed by Dr. Jon Greenberg and devoted to the study of plants and nature in Torah and Jewish tradition.
Urban Adamah is reviving Jewish agricultural traditions in the heart of the city with the first urban Jewish community farm and education center in the country.