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2009 Events Calendar Archive

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Dec. 24 — 27, 2009
Monterey, Calif.

Hazon Food Conference, run by Hazon.

 


 

Dec. 5, 2009
San Francisco

Hazon Havdallah & Bay Area Launch Celebration, run by Hazon.

 


 

Nov. 19 — 22, 2009
Falls Village, Conn.

Teva and ADAMAH Renion, organized by the Adva Network.

 


 

Oct. 19 — Nov. 17, 2009
Global

Jewish Social Action Month.

 


 

Nov. 2, 2009
New York

What's on your plate? Unpacking Local, Organic, and Fair Trade, organized by AJWS-ADAMAH NYC City Team and Hazon.

 


 

Nov. 3 — 10, 2009
Israel

2009 Fall Israel Ride, run by Hazon.

 


 

Nov. 8, 2009
San Francisco

Jewish Response to the Energy Challenge, organized by AJC-ACCESS.

 


 

Oct. 28, 2009
San Francisco

Yes We Can (and Pickle!): Bringing Food Justice Home, organized by the AJWS-AVODAH Bay Area City Team and EcoJews of the Bay, with details posted by BayJews.

 


 

Oct. 25, 2009
Boulder, Colo.

Eco-Judaism Taste of Limmud, organized by Limmud Colorado.

 


 

Oct. 23 — 24, 2009
New York

Global Climate Healing Shabbat, organized by Congregation Beth Simchat Torah.

 


 

Oct. 24, 2009
New York

"Noah and Climate Change: Can we do Better This Time?", organized by Hebrew Institute of Riverdale.

 


 

Oct. 24, 2009
Global

International Day of Climate Action, organized by 350.org.

 


 

Oct. 23, 2009
New York

Launch of the Climate Change Bus Tour, 12 noon at the United Nations, organized by the Jewish Climate Change Campaign.

 


 

Oct. 18, 2009
New York

AZM Biennial Assembly: Celebrating 150 years since the birth of Herzl with the American Zionist Movement.

 


 

Oct. 9, 2009
San Francisco

Raw Shabbat: Learn about the new Jewish food movement over a raw-food meal, run by the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

 


 

Oct. 5, 2009
Kibbutz Ein Shemer, Israel

Green Sukkah Conference, run by the Ecological Greenhouse at Kibbutz Ein Shemer.

 


 

Oct. 1 — 4, 2009
Pescadero, Calif.

Sukkot on the Farm Festival, run by Wilderness Torah.

 


 

Sept. 18 — 21, 2009
Reisterstown, Md.

A Sweet & Golden New Year: Rosh Hashana with Hazon.

 


 

Sept. 4 — 7, 2009
Hopewell Junction, N.Y.

The 2009 New York Jewish Environmental Bike Ride, run by Hazon.

 


 

Sept. 1, 2009
Tucson, Ariz.

Dr. Alon Tal speaks at the University of Arizona.

 


 

Aug. 28 — 29, 2009
Raleigh, N.C.

Dr. Alon Tal speaks at Beth Meyer Synagogue.

 


 

 

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