At Ramah in Wisconsin, Israel is a part of practically everything we do.  We adopt an approach to Israel education borrowed from Israeli agriculture:  a drip of Hebrew language, Israeli culture, and connection to Israel throughout every day.  Our mishlachat serves as the physical embodiment of Israel in camp, adding to the stories practically every one of our staff members can tell about their own time in Israel (and, increasingly, our campers’ stories about their Israel experiences as well).  From senior leadership positions to line staff in our ropes course, art, dance, and camping programs, not just Israel but Israelis are everywhere you turn in camp.  And though our partnership with the Jewish Agency provides almost all of our junior Israeli staff, longstanding ties to the camp help supplement that number with additional adult professionals, North American families who have made aliyah, and families with multi-generational connections to Ramah, at least part of whom now make their home in Israel.