The Adopt a Class program aimed to increase awareness of the immediate environment and of the treasures of nature, landscape and heritage among children from low-income families in outlying areas. We believe that a positive relationship to nature among schoolchildren and teens will help make them more aware and involved in the conservation of nature, landscape and heritage in our country.
Nature conservation is a subject that breaks down barriers and unites us all, without reference to our race, religion or gender. The Israel Nature and Heritage Foundation supports The INPA’s coexistence program, which provides social and experiential encounters that connect Jews and Arabs in nature conservation work. The program makes it possible for children to get acquainted with their ecological environment from various perspectives and at the same time to enjoy activities that help them get to know one another.