When: Sunday, July 10 at noon
Where: Spertus, 610 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago
Come join farmer and environmentalist Elan Margulies as he leads an interactive session that explores Judaism's connection to the earth through religious texts as well as theater and hevrutah (group study). Plus, each participant will plant their own microgreens to bring home and harvest!
In addition to his accomplishments as an educator, Elan Margulies developed the science of nature curriculum for Eden Village Camp, America's first Jewish Environmental camp. He is now the farm manager and educator at Pushing the Envelope, his family's Jewish community farm in Geneva, Illinois.
Tickets are $18, $10 for Spertus members, and $8 for students
Buy tickets online at spertus.edu or call 312-322-1773