We will celebrate Tu B'shevat, the New Year of the trees, as a modern Jewish environmental holiday. Children and adults will participate in our seder (ceremoney) as we celebrate the living environment around us. After children leave for Sunday school classes, please join us in welcoming Jon Regosin, Chief of Conservation Science for the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program of the MA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, for a talk about the challenges of wildlife conservation work in 2017. Jon has previously worked as an Endangered Species & Wildlife Consultant and as a Conseration Planner with the Rhod Islande Field Office of The Nature Conservancy. Read more about the Jewish Humanist meaning of Tu B'Shevat Here.
February 12, 2017 - 9:15am - 12:00pm