News and updates about Tu Bishvat
To Be Or Not Tu Bishvat? A 70-Year Dream
Murdered teen's mother searches for boys named after her son
Family of Gilad Shaar, who was murdered in June 2014, organizes meet-up for families of children named after her son.
IDF soldiers with disabilities celebrate Tu Bishvat
'Special in Uniform' helps disabled IDF soldiers find their unique mission, plant trees for Tu Bishvat.
How Rav Kook planted a tree in Magdiel
Esh Kodesh Vineyard Replanted After IDF Destroyed
600 fruit trees planted in vineyard IDF destroyed with 'disruptive use order' last week, sparking near-lynching later in the day.
Israeli Start-Up Solves Cut Fruit Going Bad
SPRESH's new all-natural spray can prevent fruit from browning for up to 24 hours.
Police Ban Dried Fruit on Temple Mount
Taking anti-Jewish enforcement to new lengths, police decide dried fruit constitute 'forbidden Jewish symbols' on Tu Bishvat.
Jerusalem Opens Urban Park in Time for Tu Bishvat
Across from the busy Pat Junction, a nature reserve and park is being developed. Meet the young volunteers who planted trees.
Tu Bishvat, Guide for the Perplexed, 2014
Ethiopian Immigrants Plant Roots in Israel
Connecting on a whole new level: new Ethiopian immigrants, Jewish Agency participate in tree-planting ceremony in honor of Tu Bishvat.
Arabs Attempt to Storm Tree Planting
As Israelis in Gush Etzion attempted to plant trees, a mob of Arab thugs and international anarchists rioted.
JNF: Hundreds of Thousands of Trees to be Planted
While Election Day has been getting all the publicity, another, more traditional event takes place this week as well – Tu Bishvat
2,000 Visit Samaria for Tu B'Shvat
Over 1,000 Likud members among visitors who planted 1,500 trees near a synagogue that commemorates the Fogel family.
Tu Bishvat Tour to Bring 1,500 to Samaria
Some 1,500 Israelis from around the country are set to plant trees in Samaria on Wednesday, Tu Bishvat.