Thursday, October 23, 2014

Shoresh is a three-peat winner

It's a celebratory time for Shoresh, an environmental initiative in Toronto that tackles contemporary food and ecological issues.

Shoresh has been named for the third time as one of the 50 most innovative Jewish non-profits in North America by Slingshot, a U.S.-based resource guide to innovative organizations, projects and programs in the North American Jewish community.

In 2009, Shoresh opened the Kavanah Garden at the Lebovic Community Campus as its flagship programming space. The Kavanah Garden hosts more than 1,400 community members annually at its educational and hands-on programs, workshops, and events. It also produces more than 500 pounds of fresh vegetables each season for community members in need.

We here at Heebonics applaud Shoresh for its continuing efforts to better the environment and the world at large.

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