Hazon launches Tu Bi’Shvat Resource Website

Hazon has created an amazing resource for Tu Bi’Shvat where anyone can register for free and download a haggadah or customize your own, a leader’s guide and even a song book! It’s an incredible source for information and resources for running your own Tu Bi’Shvat seder or supplementing one which has become a tradition. Definitely head over and check it out because it really is something special. It’s all digital and it’s all free!

For those in NYC, you can join Hazon and Romemu for a Tu Bi’Shvat Seder and see this amazing resource in action!

Wednesday, January 19th
JCC Manhattan – 76th and Amsterdam
Doors open at 7:00pm, Seder begins promptly at 7:30pm

Celebrate Tu B’Shvat with the Hazon and Romemu communities as we experience the “new year for the trees” with song, spirit, and supper. This seder will be a kosher dairy meal including seasonal, gluten-free and vegan options.

Green Ticket- $30 (bring your own plate, bowl, cup and cutlery)
General Ticket- $36 (plate, bowl, cup and cutlery provided)

Register Today – hazon.kintera.org/tubshvat2011

9 Responses to “Hazon launches Tu Bi’Shvat Resource Website”

  1. Isn’t it weird to honor trees by printing out haggadot?

    Do people honor cows by making leather belts?

    Dave Boxthorn · January 5th, 2011 at 8:59 pm
  2. and that is precisely why Hazon put this online as a downloadable resource rather than printing hundreds of books.

    Justin · January 5th, 2011 at 9:58 pm
  3. I don’t know what “people” do, but as far as Jews go, yes, from a spiritual standpoint, we honor a cow by making use of it for a proper (G-dly) purpose, and leather clothing is one such purpose.

    Victor · January 5th, 2011 at 11:06 pm
  4. So I actually go to the actual link above and it actually says:

    “…our hggadah is available in PDF format so you may PRINT as few or as MANY copies as you need…”

    (emphasis added)

    Dave Boxthorn · January 6th, 2011 at 10:25 am
  5. Boxhead, surely Hazon advocates being reasonable and restrained when using natural resources, rather than a total cessation of their use.

    David A.M. Wilensky · January 6th, 2011 at 1:08 pm
  6. inb4 correct transliteration of ט״ו בשבט

    B.BarNavi · January 6th, 2011 at 7:21 pm
  7. @BBN- i tried to find your posts on that topic to link to, but couldn’t locate anything. the preliminary response from Hazon I got on why they chose “B’Shvat” as opposed to the more grammatically correct “Bi’Shvat” I was told that they went for “more common usage.”

    Justin · January 6th, 2011 at 9:07 pm
  8. Justin writes:
    the preliminary response from Hazon I got on why they chose “B’Shvat” as opposed to the more grammatically correct “Bi’Shvat” I was told that they went for “more common usage.”

    That’s an odd argument for an environmental organization to be making. Should we drive cars as opposed to the more environmentally responsible biking or public transportation, because cars are in “more common usage”?

    BZ · February 1st, 2012 at 12:34 pm
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