Tu B’Shvat is just around the corner! The Jewish holiday for the trees falls on the 15th of the Hebrew month of Shvat, which this year coincides with January 25th. The Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life has created a whole basket of resources for celebrating this major Jewish environmental holiday. Many celebrate Tu B’Shvat by hosting a Seder with fresh fruits and prayers for our earth. Check out COEJL’s Simple Tu B’Shvat Seder that you can host at home or in your congregation. Tu B’Shvat is also an opportunity to study the connection between Judaism and the environment. COEJL has sermon starters, source sheets, and articles that can help you start the conversation!