Springing Into Action: Next Summer You’ll Paddle With Salamanders
By: Dr. Orit Skotelsky
A giant ball of thorns crossing an empty desert road in the east wind of the wilderness – there is no doubt that this is the arid image of Israel among many people who have never visited our beautiful country. Indeed, Israel is an arid country with wide stretches of desert, and our forests are a kind of big wood in the eyes of a European tourist. But little Israel is rich in varied forms of scenery, and although the desert image is not totally unfounded, it has much green to offer. No less than 200 springs, both large and small, emanate in KKL-JNF forests.