Honoring God
And The Land
Of Israel

Israel365 began with a vision to connect Israel lovers with God, the Land of Israel, and the People of Israel.

After ten years of success doing just that, we want to thank God by planting a brand-new forest to bless His Holy Land.

Introducing the Miyawaki Method

We’re Planting the Forest Using the Miyawaki Method, Which Produces 10 Years of Growth in Only 3 Years By:

Planting trees and shrubs native to the Land of Israel

Dense planting of trees that support each other’s growth

Extensive soil and irrigation preparation before planting

Retaining moisture, making the forest fireproof

Fencing in the forest to protect it from animals and terrorists

אֶתֵּן בַּמִּדְבָּר אֶרֶז שִׁטָּה וַהֲדַס וְעֵץ שָׁמֶן אָשִׂים בָּעֲרָבָה בְּרוֹשׁ תִּדְהָר וּתְאַשּׁוּר יַחְדָּו׃

“I will plant cedars in the wilderness, acacias and myrtles and oleasters; I will set cypresses in the desert, box trees and elms…”

(Isaiah 41:19)

A Forest
For The

This extraordinary forest will be cared for by the Kochav HaShachar community in Samaria. But that’s only half the story…

The forest will only come to life through you – the global community of Israel lovers!

Reforest a Piece
of the Biblical
Heartland of
Judea and Samaria!

Plant A Tree In Israel And You Will:

Bring Biblical prophecies to life.

Honor God and His Holy Land of Israel.

Resurrect a piece of land that has been barren for over 2,000 years!

Sponsor your trees NOW and bless God’s gift to the world – the Land of Israel.

And When You Donate…

You will get a
digital planting certificate straight to your inbox.


Your name and tree dedication will appear on the dedication page on our website.


Which tree species are we planting?

We primarily plant fruit trees from the seven Biblical species: Olives, grapes, pomegranates, figs, and dates. We also plant indigineous non-fruit trees that are most compatible with the various ecosystems found in Judea and Samaria. The overall goal is to plant trees that will beautify communities, help communities earn a living, and help the Jewish people establish a stronger foothold in the Land.

When are trees planted?

Trees will begin to be planted on September 28th, 2022, the first planting day after the end of the Shemitta (Sabbatical) year. During the Shemitta year, seeding or planting is prohibited in the Bible. 

Where are we planting the trees?

Wherever the trees are most needed in the Land of Israel, with a focus on the Biblical heartland of Israel – Judea and Samaria.

What’s the cost of planting a tree?

$25.00 per tree. This covers the tree itself (this may be a sapling or a more mature tree, depending on the terrain), irrigation, fire protection, animal protection, and the cost of planting and maintenance (only using Jewish labor). We work hard to make sure that every single tree grows to maturity and stability. 

Are tree donations tax-deductible?

Yes, for U.S. citizens. You’ll receive a receipt via email immediately following your donation. If you live in a country other than the U.S., you’ll need to check with your country’s tax authority for more information.

How many trees did Israel365 plant last year?

Between Sept 2020-2021, Israel365 donors had the merit to plant approximately 1,500 trees.

When will I receive the certificate for my tree?

PDF digital certificates will be emailed to your inbox within an hour after paying for your tree(s).
Paper certificates in a display folder will be mailed to you between 3-5 business days after paying for your tree(s).                               

Plaques will be mailed within 2 weeks after paying for your tree(s).

If you haven’t received your certificate by the times stated above, please contact us.

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