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Nature News Born Free – In the City April 25, 2018 By Anna Borenstein Three years after its founding and just in time for Passover, Jerusalem’s Gazelle Valley Park has much to... Read more » A Planni

Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery Welcome to the beauty of natural Israel. These photos capture the natural habitats, flora and fauna that SPNI has worked for 60 years to protect and preserve.Urban Nature WeekSpring 2014From March 22 - April 3, SPNI's urban Communities and Eco-Community Centers around the

What We Do

What We Do Taking a multi-dimensional approach SPNI utilizes several departments:    The Environmental Protection Department is involved in pioneering research projects and developing a body of knowledge that is used to drive SPNI’s activities and to create sustainable s

Société Canadienne pour la Protection de la Nature en Israël

Société Canadienne pour la Protection de la Nature en Israël   Welcome                                                          &

Field Schools

Field Schools Stunningly beautiful, set in Israel's most untouched nature, SPNI's field schools are the nature-lover's dream vacation sites. SPNI Field Schools provide accommodations, kosher dining and educational hiking and walking tours. Rooms must be reserved in advance. Families and


Mission The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI) works to protect the open spaces and preserve the biodiversity of the land of Israel through environmental activism, education and eco-tourism.   SPNI's Environmental Protection Department: works with gover


History A Brief History of SPNISPNI was founded in 1953 by a small group of teachers, scientists and kibbutzniks who were attempting to save the Hula Wetlands. Although the draining of the Hula swamps could not be stopped at the time, the Government finally acknowledged the validity of

Major Victories

Major Victories So many of SPNI's campaigns to protect Israel's environment, promote sustainable development, nurture environmental education and love of the land, and conserve biodiversity have been successful that one might wonder what our secret is! Check out SPNI's Victory Map, ask

Education Department

Education Department Educating for the FutureThe Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI), Israel's oldest and largest non-governmental environmental organization, has been working for over 60 years to protect Israel's nature and heritage by educating the younger generation


Orienteering Israel's Walk-About TraditionOrienteering, SPNI's youth movement, strengthens the connection of Israel's youth to the land, their heritage and to their communities by giving children the opportunity to explore Israel's wilderness. In Hebrew, we call this education "derech h

Environmental Education

Environmental Education Environmental Education in Public SchoolsExpanding upon children's natural curiosity, we have created a rich variety of experiential programs for grades 1-9 that encourage children to explore and discover nature's bounty.  Kids love playing and adventur

A Beautiful Israel

A Beautiful Israel Launched in 2006 with support from the Schusterman and Pratt Foundations, this anti-littering educational project teaches children to take direct responsibility for the environment. SPNI believes that littering and neglect of the environment and nature is not an indiv

Tel Aviv-Yafo

Tel Aviv-Yafo Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel’s non-stop city, is the trend-setting and media center of the country, where one million people enter and exit each day. SPNI, observing the national shift in political power towards local issues, founded the Tel Aviv branch in 1999 to inform an


Jerusalem In Israel's capital of Jerusalem lies SPNI's largest urban branch (kehila). SPNI-Jerusalem was founded in 1963 by a group of dedicated nature conservationists, making Jerusalem the oldest and largest of the urban branches.Throughout the years the "Kehila" has taken an active r


Modi'in Modi’in, nestled halfway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, is a young and rapidly growing city, sitting on a main ecological corridor. As a result, the plans for development, and even harmful expansion threaten this very ecological corridor, which fosters the presence o