Planting Trees in Israel (Bloom Project)

Planting Trees in Israel (Bloom Project) The “Bloom Project” is a special project by the Aliyah Return Center to reforest Israel.

Once a year, usualy on the jewish feast of Tu BiShvat (February 6, 2023), for every $100 you donate for this special fund, we are able to plant one tree in Israel.

Will you join us in our bold goal of planting 1,000 trees to restore the forests of Israel?



burning forest in bird's-eye view. Picture shot from the Israeli Police

Israeli Police. Israel wildfires, August 2021


Wildfires 2021

2021 was a year of global fires which consumed 10.1 million acres around the world. In Israel, homes, businesses and hundreds of acres of forests burned to the ground.

The saddest part of it all?
Most of these trees had been planted by hand by pioneers; as prophecy foretold: (Isaiah 32:15, Isaiah 41:19).

Since the early 1900 Israel has planted over 250 million trees.
We believe, as the early pioneers did, that the wilderness of Israel will bloom once again.


“And I will plant them upon their land, and they shall no more be pulled up out of their land which I have given them, saith the Lord thy God.”

Amos 9:15


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