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Jewish ‘Arbor Day’ is celebrated in February



Editor's note: Rabbi David Sirull of Adas Yeshurun explains a little known Jewish holiday, Tu B'shvat in this guest column.

Synagogue On Feb. 5, Jewish people celebrate a lesser-known festival called Tu B’shvat, also known as the Jewish Arbor Day or the New Year of Trees.



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