KKL-JNF in the Press: July-September 2012

Local Council Prepares for Fire

Local Council Prepares for Fire

KKL-JNF thins the woodlands of Kfar Vradim.
 

International Cleanup Day to Open in Tiberias this Year

International Cleanup Day to Open in Tiberias this Year

Tiberias has been chosen, of all Israel’s cities, to host the opening gala ceremony of the cleanup event, with hundreds of schoolchildren taking part in various activities all over the city and broadening their horizons on keeping the environment clean and green.

The Miracle of the Young Gazelles of the Carmel Forest

The Miracle of the Young Gazelles of the Carmel Forest

After more than two years of regeneration efforts by KKL-JNF, the Carmel Forest may be ready for mammal inhabitants once again. Three young gazelles bred in captivity were recently released into the Carmel Forest, in order to find out.
 

Speedy Cycling in Nahal Hilazon

Speedy Cycling in Nahal Hilazon

There is a new KKL-JNF bicycle route in the Lower Galilee, with panoramas and antiquities that will remind you of good old Israel. Let’s go!
 

The Gospel Trail - Good News for Pilgrims

The Gospel Trail  - Good News for Pilgrims

Last week, at an event with many participants at the Kibbutz Lavie Hotel, the Gospel Trail project was unveiled – a tourism project for Christian pilgrims visiting the Holy Land.
 

The Oldest Cherry Tree in Israel

The Oldest Cherry Tree in Israel

Meet Israel's oldest cherry tree, discovered by and now nurtured by KKL-JNF foresters.

Eucalyptus Tree Art in the Golan

Eucalyptus Tree Art in the Golan

With the approval of KKL-JNF and the Golan Regional Council, 8 artists have transformed a fire-damaged eucalyptus tree trunk into an amazing work of art towering 9 meters high in the Golan.

Re-living History in Beersheva's Allenby Park

Re-living History in Beersheva's Allenby Park

With the support of Friends of JNF Australia, the Beersheva Municipality and KKL-JNF will upgrade the historic Allenby Park in Beersheva's Old City, restoring the park to its former splendor during the Ottoman period.