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Fresh Updates from RAC » Environment   |   Oct 28, 2014 12:00 AM
With the High Holiday season now officially over, we’ve tasted sweet apples on Rosh Hashanah and thrown bread into the ocean on Yom Kippur; we’ve talked about food justice in the sukkah and prayed for rain on Shemini Atzeret; we’ve rolled our Torah scrolls back and begun again at B’reishit, reminded of our obligation to […]

Five Jewish Things You Can Do to Celebrate Food Day

Fresh Updates from RAC » Environment   |   Oct 23, 2014 12:00 AM
Tomorrow, October 24, is Food Day, a nationwide celebration of the movement for sustainable, healthy, affordable food. Food Day envisions food that is healthy, affordable, produced with care for environmental sustainability, farm animals and the farmers and laborers who grow, harvest, and serve our food. Food Day’s themes also touch on public health, food education […]

Holding Ourselves Accountable: Tending to the Earth

Fresh Updates from RAC » Environment   |   Oct 21, 2014 12:00 AM
In B’reishit, this week’s Torah portion (parashah), we read the epitomic Jewish environmental verses: “The Lord God took the man and placed him in the Garden of Eden to till and tend it” (Genesis 2:15). For both Jewish and Christian communities, this line is the basis of our obligation as stewards of the environment. In […]
Food Day 2014


Food Day is a nationwide celebration of the movement for sustainable, healthy, affordable food. Food Day envisions food that is healthy, affordable, produced with care for environmental sustainability, farm animals, and the farmers and laborers who grow, harvest, and serve our food. Food Day's themes also touch on public health, food education, and economic inequality.

Download and print our Food Day table tents to start a conversation about food justice during your congregation's Sukkot or Oneg programming!


For more than 30 years, the Reform Movement has been committed to protecting the environment.
From wetland destruction to mountaintop removal coal mining, clean water issues effect nearly every facet of our lives.
Learn about the environmental, economic, security, and health challenge of climate change, and clean energy solutions.
We currently face the greatest rate of species extinction since the disappearance of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, with drastic implications for both ecological and human health and well-being.
There are currently more than 70,000 chemicals in use in the United States, and little is known about the health effects of the vast majority of these chemicals.
About half our national forests have been seriously affected by logging, mining, road building, and other ecologically damaging activities. Explore the challenges facing our forests, public lands, and natural resources.



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