New tie-up of Jewish environmental organizations includes Teva Learning Alliance; will be called Hazon.
Helen Chernikoff and Julie Wiener
Three Jewish environmental organizations have announced plans to merge, finding one answer to the question of sustaining innovative “second-stage” Jewish organizations.
Hazon, the Jewish organization known for its bike rides and community-supported agriculture (CSA) network will join forces with the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center and Teva Learning Alliance, which trains environmental educators.
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