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The first thing God did when creating the world was to establish a garden, and as soon as there was dry land, He began planting trees (Genesis 2:9). In recent years, tree planting has taken on multiple purposes and the trees themselves offer different benefits to the land. BECOME PART OF THE MIRACLE.

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ISRAEL365 PLANTS TREES ALL OVER ISRAEL

The first thing God did when creating the world was to establish a garden, and as soon as there was dry land, He began planting trees (Genesis 2:9).

In recent years, tree planting has taken on multiple purposes and the trees themselves offer different benefits to the land.

The Eucalyptus tree, one of the more iconic trees in Israel, has become a boon to Israel’s honey industry. And in Bat Ayin, Israel365 has planted groves of olive trees that are being prepared to produce oil for the Third Temple.

Tree planting has even become a popular activity for tourists visiting Israel who appreciate the opportunity to connect with the land.

But even more significant is how trees are even being used in Israel for security purposes. Over the past few years, a new initiative was born to implement a forest project that would provide some kind of security buffer for the Israeli communities located on the border with the Gaza Strip.

With so many important uses of trees in Israel, it is only natural that there is a Jewish holiday dedicated solely to trees – Tu B’shvat. Tu B’Shvat is considered the birthday of trees in Israel, and it is indeed a day when many trees are planted as many groups head out to the fields with saplings to beautify the land.

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ISRAEL365 PLANTS TREES ALL OVER ISRAEL

The first thing God did when creating the world was to establish a garden, and as soon as there was dry land, He began planting trees (Genesis 2:9).

In recent years, tree planting has taken on multiple purposes and the trees themselves offer different benefits to the land.

The Eucalyptus tree, one of the more iconic trees in Israel, has become a boon to Israel’s honey industry. And in Bat Ayin, Israel365 has planted groves of olive trees that are being prepared to produce oil for the Third Temple.

Tree planting has even become a popular activity for tourists visiting Israel who appreciate the opportunity to connect with the land.

But even more significant is how trees are even being used in Israel for security purposes. Over the past few years, a new initiative was born to implement a forest project that would provide some kind of security buffer for the Israeli communities located on the border with the Gaza Strip.

With so many important uses of trees in Israel, it is only natural that there is a Jewish holiday dedicated solely to trees – Tu B’shvat. Tu B’Shvat is considered the birthday of trees in Israel, and it is indeed a day when many trees are planted as many groups head out to the fields with saplings to beautify the land.

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