Posted on April 9, 2021 filed under Project Wadi Attir
It’s springtime at Project Wadi Attir! Spring is arguably one of the most beautiful seasons at the project, with greenery cascading across the landscape. Spring also tends to be an optimistic time, and this year is no exception. Now more than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Project Wadi Attir has persevered through many new and unforeseen challenges. We’ve faced the temporary closure of our tourism and educational departments, navigated reduced incomes from onsite operations, and grappled with the logistical difficulties of working throughout a pandemic. Yet throughout the last year we also tapped into many new opportunities, working hard to strengthen the core of the project, equip staff with new leadership training, explore remote offerings, and more. It hasn’t been easy, but with spring unfolding around us and many new possibilities for growth before us, we’re feeling optimistic for good things to come.
The following update shares some notable news from Project Wadi Attir during the past year. Read on for the latest from Project Wadi Attir!
Lina Alatawna at Project Wadi Attir, March 2021
A group of students from the Jewish National Fund (JNF) visiting Project Wadi Attir for a volunteer activity
Biogas demonstration at the Visitor’s Center at Project Wadi Attir
Pools of rainwater harvested onsite in 2021
Click here to read the full update. We hope you enjoy it!