In an effort to become more self-sufficient, Israeli students and young professionals are turning to the Israeli landscape.
While some are opting for a more rural lifestyle, others are heading north to create new opportunities in the cities.
In Israel, the landscape is home to over 3,000 species of plants and animals, including some of the most iconic flora and fauna in the world, including the country’s flora and wildflowers.
A wide variety of plants grow on both the plain and the hills, and the landscape itself has become a major source of tourism and recreation.
Some are even creating new ways to enjoy nature.
The city of Haifa, for example, is known for its ancient caves, which are located deep underground.
Many locals are opting to live at home, which is part of the trend to embrace the natural world.
“I see the landscape as an opportunity to create a sense of balance, a space that is both accessible and not too far away from where we live,” said Nisha Reimer, a 24-year-old student.
“When I look at it, I think it’s like a natural sanctuary.”
A green city With green spaces and parks in the city, Haifa has become known for offering a green city life.
In addition to green spaces, HaIFA also has a number of nature-based parks.
In the Haifa city of Kfar Sava, you will find a number parks that offer wildlife, birds and butterflies as well as a large variety of native plants.
“Haifa is very different from the other cities, where you see people living in houses, but it’s different from other cities because it has a green environment,” said Shira Shefte, a Haifa native and professor of ecology at the University of Haumea.
“For example, there are lots of plants that are indigenous to the area, so you see different kinds of species and even birds.”
A natural city of nature While the landscape of HaIFA offers a wide variety, many of the city’s parks have been created in collaboration with naturalists, with plants grown in a variety of different habitats.
The area also has several green spaces with a number that can be explored through walking trails and a number in the woods.
“The city has an outstanding diversity of vegetation that gives Haifa a very green and natural feel,” said Shefet.
“People want to go out and experience nature and it’s really good for the environment.”
A place for nature lovers to live As a result of the natural environment and green spaces of Hairem, the city is home a wide range of events and activities, which also include a variety that attract the city dweller.
“It’s not easy to get into Haifa but we have a lot of different activities that are happening around the city,” said Reimer.
“There are some special events happening in Haifa that are really special.
We have the city carnival, and there’s a number where you can see animals in the wild and see how they live.
There are also a number events in the green spaces that people are going to go to where you’re not allowed to go.
We also have events happening with nature-related activities in Hairema.”
The city’s urban landscape A growing trend is for people to live closer to nature, which has resulted in a growing number of green spaces in the area.
In a recent survey, it was found that more than 75% of residents of Haisa are either outdoors or in a natural environment.
“We have more green spaces than ever before,” said Rami Baruch, director of the HaIFA Center for the Environment and the Public Interest.
“You have to live close to nature to be healthy and to enjoy life.”
While the nature of Haimah has changed over the years, there is a lot that still exists.
“In the past, the green space was not quite so active.
Now it’s become more active and people are starting to use it as a home,” said Baruch.
“They are finding ways to live more connected to nature.”
Baruch and other experts believe that the popularity of urban living and outdoor activities are helping to transform Haifa into a green and green city.
“Many people are coming to the city to do more outdoor activities, and they are looking for a place to live,” Baruch said.
“With this trend, there will be more people coming to Haifa.”
For more information on Haifa’s green spaces visit Haifa Greenways, a nonprofit organization that supports the growth of green and sustainable spaces throughout the city.