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Wilderness Torah has offered its core programs since 2007 — an annual cycle of experiential land-based festivals, including Sukkot on the Farm, Passover in the Desert, Shavuot First Fruits Festival, and Tu B’Shvat in the Redwoods — where we gather as a pluralistic, multi-generational community to celebrate the seasons and Jewish traditions in their original earth-based context. During these festivals, we camp, eat and pray together, learn about the connections between Jewish spirituality and environmental awareness, offer sustainable living skills workshops, and celebrate the cycle of the seasons with joyous singing and celebration. We do this while contextualizing the holidays in their ancient earth-based roots in order to renew the earth-centered meaning and inspiration of these festivals.
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