Eco-Chalutzim and Eco-Tourism

By Noam Dolgin.

When one thinks of the stereotypical Jewish Long Islander, one does not usually think “environmentalist.” But take 34 Jewish educators from Long Island to Israel — from a diverse array of backgrounds, from 20 years old to it’s-not-polite-to-ask — and you get a group of passionate, caring people who are looking at Israel through an environmental lens and generating amazing questions and solutions. That's what happened on the SAJES-sponsored visit to Israel that I accompanied in February 2008.

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