Tu B'Shvat Tabling
Chagim (Jewish festivals) can often provide wonderful opportunities for Jewish students to share our culture with our non-Jewish peers and Tu B'Shvat is one of our traditions that is absolutely perfect for this. Every Jewish student activist should understand how tabling works but if you need to refresh your memory or if you're new to the concept check out our Tabling Guide in the WUJS Leadership Manual.
For a Tu B'Shvat Tabling exercise we recommend handing out free fruit to passers-by. You might also want to give out leaflets explaining the basics of the day or maybe literature highlighting Jewish/Israeli contributions to eco-activism/environmental protection of which there are lots.
You might be able to arrange with your university to hold a tree planting ceremony on campus. This can be a wonderful way of leaving a permanent mark on your campus and ingratiating yourself to university staff who often love seeing activities such as this.
Also on the WUJS site:
The very basics on Tu B'Shvat - The New Year for Trees
Tu B'Shvat Activities
More Tu B'Shvat Resources
This year's dates for Tu B'Shvat can be found in the WUJS Year Mapper