Naturally for Israel

Learn more about Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation on our website

 
BECOME A PART OF US

by supporting the preservation of Israel's nature, landscape and heritage. Here some of the project we are involved in, we invite you to adopt one of them:

Adopt a Class Program:

This is a joint educational project sponsored by the INPA and the INHF and is implemented in schools nationwide. Our goal is to enhance awareness of the immediate natural environment, heritage, and landscape among children whose socioeconomic situation does not allow them to participate in educational activities for this purpose.

Adopt a Biblical Animal:

The Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation support the reintroduction to the wild project carried out by the Israel Nature and Parks Authority over the past three decades.
The projects focuses on reintroducing now-extinct wildlife mentioned in the Bible. We invite you to support the reintroduction to the wild projects by adopting a biblical wild animal such as Persian Fellow Deer, Griffon vulture and Arabian Oryx.

Adopt an Ancient Synagogue:

As many of Israel’s ancient synagogues are in poor shape or in ruin, there is a great need to restore them in order to preserve our heritage for future generations. The Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation is proud to announce an exciting new program that gives Jewish communities all over the world the unique opportunity to “adopt” an ancient synagogue.
 

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Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation

The Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation (INHF) is a voluntary association founded to help the Israel Nature and Parks Authority (INPA) in its important tasks of protecting Israel's nature, landscapes and heritage.

 

Nature protection

The Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation facilitates the INPA's work in protecting Israel's biodiversity, conserving marine habitats and their native species, as well as protecting landscapes through assistance to the INPA'S Open Space Project.

Heritage 

Another important activity is the restoration and conservation of cultural heritage sites, mainly those that have universal significance to all cultures and religions. Furthermore, the Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation assists the Israel Nature and Parks Authority in order to protect its extremely significant historical sites, such as its UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Masada, Tel Megiddo, and others.

Education

One of the Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation's most significant principles is its desire to educate the public on issues that pertain to us all: the importance of protecting nature and our environment. The foundation supports the Israel Nature and Parks Authority in its various educational programs to promote nature and heritage protection especially among children and adolescents, considering that these are the ages that can have the greatest impact, both on the overall attitude toward nature and heritage protection and on the environment itself, for generations to come. 

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