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There are dreamers in Zikhron

community activities

And they also know how to fulfill their dreams!

The “Host Community” event of The Partnership for Regional Sustainability took place this month in Zikhron Ya’akov.
We were given a perfect opportunity to meet and become familiar with the nine projects operating in Zikhron and the special people who dream and fulfill their dreams for us and for future generations.


It’s become a tradition. The “Host Community” sprouted from
The Partnership for Regional Sustainability a year ago, with the purpose of exposing the region’s community to the project leaders and their projects that operate throughout the year for the benefit of the community and for the purpose of encouraging and assimilating principles of environment and sustainability.
Last year we were hosted by Jisr al-Zarqa and this year the project leaders in Zikhron Ya’akov picked up the hosting baton in a colorful event that exposed us to the rich and unique variety of projects that operate in this town.
The event took place in partnership with the Zikhron Ya’akov local council, which as an active member of The Partnership, has supported these local projects throughout the year.

Two locations were chosen for this event: Langa Grove and the Gibor River stream. Hands-on activities took place in each location, including: guided tours of the grove, birdwatching tours with binoculars, preparation of vegetable and herb seedlings, a virtual treasure hunt, meeting with local writers, learning about the library of things and an opportunity for improving bike-riding skills.

The project to preserve the Langa Grove is run by the community’s senior citizens who work to preserve the location as an urban nature site. The leaders of the projects: “To work it and to preserve it”, “A nest for the barn swallow”, “Give-and-take charity” and “Coffee book” also presented their projects and ran activities at this location. At the Gibor River stream, where a stream preservation project operates, leaders of the following projects: “Library of things”, “Riding to the buried treasure”, and “Riding for fun”, presented their projects and ran activities.

The head of the Zikhron Ya’akov council, Ziv Deshe, visited both locations and even participated in the different activities. Deshe chatted with the project leaders and encouraged them to continue their praiseworthy work.

community hosts


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Ramat Hanadiv
P.O.B 325
Zichron Ya'akov
Phone: 04-6298111


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