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A new rainwater harvesting system was dedicated at Neot Lonn Elementary School in Be'er Sheva. It's the first of its kind in the Negev's Capital and the 24th run by Green Horizons.Unlike most of the other systems, the water of which is used for the schools' bathrooms, the system at Neot Lonn will be used to irrigate the new ecological garden, where the students will grow all kinds of desert plants
Thousands flock to Be'er Sheva to participate in Israel’s first-ever Glow Run
Shiny clothes, reflective signs and routes painted in ultra-colors brightened the nighttime sky of Be’er Sheva on May 2, 2013, as the city hosted Israel’s first-ever Glow Run. The event was a resounding success, bringing 5,400 runners from all over the country and 700 soldiers together in the desert city. Jews, Arabs, new immigrants, veteran Israelis, students, and others who share a love of running took to the streets for the first event of its kind in Israel, led by Be’er Sheva Mayor Ruvik Danilovich.
Social media channels were buzzing about all of the innovations and education being shared at The Summit with JNF over the weekend. To see photos and other highlights from Las Vegas, visit www.jnf.org/summit.
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