Saturday, November 17, 2018
The Kishon River has gotten an environmental makeover in recent years.
Tu B’Shvat—the Jewish New Year for trees—grew out of the tithes (the amount Jewish law requires to be donated) taken from the produce grown in Israel.
March 22 marked World Water Day, a celebration drawing attention to the need to protect water resources and develop innovation water solutions worldwide.
Adam, a wild donkey foal, has a new lease on life thanks to the care of Ramat Gan Safari & Hebrew University of Jerusalem Veterinary School in Beit Dagan.
The last of the wild-born monkeys leave Mazor Farms for good.
Sesame is an important ingredient in tahini, hummus and other Israeli specialties.
An Israeli-American collaboration could help feed the world with non-GMO crops.
Amos Porat, director of Israel Meterological Service's Climate Change division, said the lack of rainfall is due to a weather phenomena called 'blocking.'
An international effort to clean up the Mediterranean Sea will not be complete by 2020.
Israel's agricultural expertise will be on display at next year's Expo Milano.


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