B’hootz Children’s Jewish Nature Experience
Bringing Torah to Life with the Seasons
Get a taste of B’hootz our newly expanded children’s program, by attending Tu B’Shvat in the Redwoods! All children registered for B’hootz attend the Tu B’Shvat in the Redwoods children program for free!
Give your kids the opportunity to participate in Wilderness Torah’s children’s program with Jewish environmental educator Ariela Ronay-Jinich!
- Expands year-round programming to younger children
- Mitzvah service sessions doing restoration work at Redwood Regional Park
- Program launch day includes parallel learning for parents with Zelig Golden, co-founder of Wilderness Torah, on mentoring Jewish children through nature connection.
- Lays a broad foundation of nature connection and mentorship for B’Naiture, Wilderness Torah’s Bar and Bat Mitzvah program
- Empowers young adults to become effective nature-based Jewish educators and mentors through hands-on education apprenticeships
Register now for Spring Program!
Bring to life the lessons of the Jewish people wandering in the wilderness as we develop important community and wilderness survival skills in the forest, including foraging, tracking, shelter-building, fire-building, and lost-proofing.
Our skill-building will be embedded in Torah stories as we travel through the Jewish calendar from Tu B’Shvat, the New Year of the Trees, toward Passover, the day of our liberation from slavery into wilderness!
Fees: $400, $350 sibling discount (use code "sibling"), scholarships available
When & Where
Wilderness Torah awakens and celebrates the earth-based traditions of Judaism to nourish the connections between self, community, earth, and Spirit.