Tu B’Shevat

Once viewed as the end of the fiscal year for agricultural products, Tu B’shevat (or “the 15th of the Hebrew month of Shevat”) has taken on different meanings over the centuries. Today, it is often viewed as a day to celebrate the beauty of nature and advocate for environmental justice. On Tu B’shevat, it is customary to hold a seder, or a ritual meal, during which we consume many types of fruits and nuts.

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