Amazing display of anemones in the Northern Negev

Posted on 2/11/2014 by Ariel Rudolph

Every spring the Negev desert starts to bloom, and one can experience seeing a green landscape covered with a magnificent carpet of scarlet anemones. In Hebrew the anemone is "Calanit" and derives from the word "Calla", which means “bride.”

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Spring is just around the corner...

Posted on 1/15/2014 by Ariel Rudolph in jewish national fund Tu Bishvat Trees new year plant the land

"And when you come into the land and have planted all kinds of trees for food..." 
Leviticus, 19:23 In the Jewish calendar Tu Bishvat is marked as the New Year of trees.

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Israel Today Forest

Posted on 11/28/2013 by in Israel Israel Today jewish national fund Aviel Schneider Planting Trees

Tragedy struck on Mount Carmel near Haifa in December of 2010, during a particularly hot and dry winter, when a fire raged out of control and destroyed millions of trees, as well as parts of settlements, including the artists' village of Ein Hod. Israel had to call on foreign countries to assist in putting out the fire, which took four days to accomplish. It then took over a year for the land to recover sufficiently to begin replanting trees lost in the fire.

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