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Join Rabbi Katy from Ma’yan Tikvah- A Wellspring of Hope on Wednesday, May 15 at 7:00 PM via zoom to learn about Y’ladim BaTeva.  Yladim BaTeva – Children in Nature is a hands-on, Torah-based learning program for children in grades K-8 that takes place outdoors in the woods and focuses on Earth-based eco-Judaism. Yladim BaTeva focuses on the individual student using differentiated learning, which is important for all kinds of learners but especially those who can benefit from active, outdoor, experiential learning. The program is family-centered and welcomes all kind of families, including interfaith, LGBTQ families and Jews of color to participate in regular family programs. Yladim BaTeva intentionally engages children and families in community service projects and acts of advocacy and justice. As an alternative to traditional Jewish learning opportunities, it not only provides students joyful learning but also encourages teachers to share their passions. Interested in learning even more? Join Rabbi Katy for a Zoom information session. RSVP here.