Tu B'shevat begins Saturday, January 26th, at nightfall.
Tu B'shevat is the New Year of Trees and is often considered the Jewish Earth Day or Jewish Arbor Day. Some modern Tu B'shevat celebrations include a seder where the seven species of the Bible are eaten: barley, wheat, fig, grape, pomegranate, olive, and dates. Watch A Tale for Tu B'shvat from G-dcast.com and Learn more about Tu B'shevat >
Find eco-friendly items made from recycled materials, seven-species Judaica, and other Tu B'shevat gifts.