News & Happenings
The Power of Community Solar (Baltimore Case Study)
What does it look like for a Jewish community to collectively take concrete action towards large-scale solar power?
This conversation about the power of a Community-Wide Solar Initiative highlights the…
Tending to the Earth: Gardening Grounds Us in Today’s Times
Joan Plisko, Community Sustainability Director for Pearlstone, recently wrote an article that was shared far and wide by The Associated.
The Pearlstone Center Wants to Get Your Goat
When it comes to its core objective of educating and advocating for the environment from a Jewish perspective, the Pearlstone Center is certainly not kidding around. Read more from JMORE…
The Gift of Planting
Planting is something anyone can do if they open their mind to it, even on a small scale. Learn from Farmer Educator, Tome, how tending a garden helps us be caretakers of the Earth.
Pearlstone Center Offers New Meal Delivery Service during Pandemic
Tired of cooking at home, but uncomfortable with ordering takeout in the midst of a pandemic? JMORE highlights Pearlstone Kitchen as the solution!
Virtual Observances and Programs Commemorate Earth Day 50
Why is this Earth Day different from all other Earth Days? Read all about it in this JMORE article where Pearlstone is featured!
Rediscover Your Ability to Grow Your Own Food
In this blog, Farmer Educator, Tome Shaaltiel teaches how you can use your vegetable scraps to reproduce the same vegetables, instead of going out and buying fresh produce every week.
Sarah Explores Maror (bitter herbs)
Join Sarah on a Passover exploration of Bitter Herbs as she introduces us to foods (beyond horseradish) that could be used as Maror.
Pearlstone in Bloom
Tome Shaaltiel lives on the Pearlstone campus and for the last few weeks there have barely been any humans around. She had expected the place to be quieter in sound and in movement, but in fact it has…
There is Hope in the Flowers
As Spring comes and we are quarantined, the flowers give Perennials Manager, Perri DeJarnette hope.