Let’s protect the planet!

When: On 19.4.2021 till 21.4.2021, Monday-Wednesday
Audience: Individuals, volunteer groups, organizations and schools
Site name: KKL-JNF Forests
Pay: Free

Monday-Wednesday | April 19-21, 2021 | 7-9 Iyar 5781 | 09:00
 
Ahead of International Earth Day, KKL-JNF invites the public to take part in protecting the environment by removing garbage from forests and parks. It is also offering a new forest navigation game that participants can access by downloading a special app.

 
Everyone is invited! Do your part in caring for the environment by clearing a path or recreation area in a KKL-JNF forest of garbage that other left behind. This waste causes damage to these natural spaces and the wildlife there.

While you are doing this why not join us in a navigation game by downloading 'HavaYaar' a surprisingly fun and adventurous mobile escape game that also provides an enriching lesson on the importance of keeping the forests clean. The game is open to the public all days of the week.

The activity is for individuals or volunteer groups from specific organizations or schools. (See details below)
 
The forest navigation game can be downloading through the 'HavaYaar' app at any time in the following forests:
 
Northern Israel:
Hof Carmel Forest, Birya Forest.
 
Central Israel:
Britannia Park, Aminadav Forest, Ben Shemen Forest.
 
Southern Israel:
Ha’Malachim (Angels) Forest, Shokeda Forest.
 
Download the app:
To download click here or use the following links: Android users | Apple users
To start the game, you must scan the barcode that you will find in the field.
 
Activities for schools and youth movements
 
When?
April 19-21, 2021
 
Where?
Northern Israel:
Hof Carmel Forest, Birya Forest
 
Central Israel:
Britannia Park, Aminadav Forest, Ben Shemen Forest
 
Southern Israel:
Ha’Malachim (Angels) Forest, Shokeda Forest
 
To coordinate participation of educational and youth institutions, please contact the KKL-JNF Forest Hotline: 1-800-350-550
 
Activities for organized groups
Organized groups of volunteers are invited to take part in activities offered in forests around the country.
 
To coordinate group activities, please contact the KKL-JNF Forest
Hotline: 1-800-350-550