Coast and Sea

Rivers

National Trails

Open Spaces

Biodiversity

Cleanup Israel

Coast and Sea

Rivers

National Trails

Open Spaces

Biodiversity

Cleanup Israel

Educate. Love. Protect.

Established in 1953, The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI) is Israel’s leading environmental non-profit organization. For over 60 years SPNI has been dedicated to protecting and preserving Israel’s natural resources, environment, natural assets and unique landscape. The work carried out by SPNI now will determine what the land of Israel will look like for generations to come.

If you want an Israel with open spaces, diverse wildlife, running streams of spring water, clean air, an Israel that your grandchildren will be able to enjoy, we need to invest now. For the sake of the future, “it is not incumbent upon you to complete the work, but neither are you at liberty to desist from it” (Ethics of Our Fathers 2:21).

Join us in protecting and preserving natural Israel.

SPNI’s goals

* The protection of the landscape, bio-diversity and ecosystems of the Land of Israel
* Strengthening through formal and informal educational activities awareness of the rich diversity of Israel’s natural environment
* Engaging decision-makers to ensure that environmentally-sound and sustainable policies are pursued by the State
* Making Nature, in both rural and urban areas of Israel accessible to everyone

UKSPNI

In 1986 this UK-registered charity was established in order to support the work of the Society in Israel.  A UKSPNI annual subscription of £25 gives you access to nature tours in Israel, trips to Field Schools and intimate knowledge of the ways SPNI is building a sustainable Israel and teaching its children to protect the environment. UKSPNI is your link to a different Israel where you might witness 56,000 cranes overwintering in the Hula Valley, walk the 630 km of nature trails or simply spend time at a Field School with your children.

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