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Tuesday, March 20 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Be the Trend: Food Values in Action LIMITED

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How are Jewish camps responding to modern day issues such as factory farming and food waste? We’ll learn about fun and interactive ways to start a conversation about food values at camp, and hear about the innovative ways some camps are already putting these values into action. You will gain tools for applying traditional Jewish insights to contemporary communal life through the lens of Jewish animal and sustainability ethics. Together we’ll explore how Judaism can empower us to be a truer version of ourselves during and beyond the summer.

Can you update our session description with the line: We will hear from representatives of Eden Village Camp, Ramah in the Rockies, and Camp Zeke about their food practices

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Aronson

Rachel Aronson

Manager of Sustainability and Community and Engagement at Hazon, Hazon
Rachel is the Manager of Sustainability and Community and Engagement at Hazon. In that role, she supports the Hazon Seal of Sustainability, a national network of Jewish organizations working towards environmental sustainability. She has worked on a community farm, lived in an environmental... Read More →
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Melissa Hoffman

Director, Jewish Initiative for Animals
Melissa directs the Jewish Initiative for Animals (JIFA), a leading Jewish sustainable food and animal welfare initiative. In her role, she consults with Jewish organizations and communities across the country to develop ethical food practices, as well as curriculum and programs that... Read More →


Tuesday March 20, 2018 9:00am - 12:00pm
Heron, Level 4

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