A local foodie in rural Massachusetts created a Tu Bishvat seder that could include his partner who was not Jewish and their Jewish friend and friends who were not Jewish.
Learn about the wonder of Tu Bishvat and how to celebrate it with the resources on this page.
Kathy Bloomfield’s kids book recommendations for Tu Bishvat
Why a Tu Bishvat seder has a lot to offer for 20- and 30-somethings (and you!).
Doesn’t it seem like Jews are always wishing each other a Happy New Year? That’s because the Hebrew calendar includes 4 different New Years!
A perfect salad recipe, highlighting the celebrated fruit and nuts of the season.
An explanation of Tu Bishvat and why it celebrates trees and the environment.
Reviews of kids books, perfect for reading on Tu Bishvat – or anytime you want to think about the environment, nature, and our responsibility to the planet.
Haggadahs for Tu Bishvat, aimed at little kids, children, and teens / adults.
Resources to help you celebrate Tu Bishvat by hosting your own holiday seder (meal).