Awakening people to the possibilities of regeneration.
Together, we can do this.
The Kiss The Ground Movie on Netflix has awakened millions of people around the world to the possibilities of regenerative agriculture – and now it’s time to act.
The Kiss the Ground Impact Fund supports farmers, ranchers, and land stewards from around the globe in their transition to Regenerative practices that heal the soil, revive ecosystems, increase farmer wellbeing, and help balance the climate. It activates Soil Advocates to lead this movement in their communities, supports over 3000+ virtual and outdoor screenings on farms across the U.S. in partnership with Ro*co Films, provides the brand new Kiss the Ground Educational Film (Coming in January 2021) free to over 100K schools in 44 countries and 10% of the fund will be allocated to support various grassroots projects throughout the globe at the intersection of environmentalism and social justice.
KISS THE GROUND MOVIE
NOW STREAMING ON NETFLIX
Kiss the Ground is a full-length documentary narrated by Woody Harrelson that sheds light on an “new, old approach” to farming called “regenerative agriculture” that has the potential to balance our climate, replenish our vast water supplies, and feed the world.
KTG’s Media Program creates general awareness and consumer demand through short films, mini-docs, a podcast, branded collaborations, and other content. Our Farmland Program supports transitioning farmers and ranchers with training, mentorship, and soil testing and has a robust scholarship program for farmers who need financial assistance to take part. The Stewardship Program is an education platform, community, and resource hub that was created to educate, inspire, and empower individuals to become powerful and impactful advocates for the regenerative movement. Outside of these programs, Kiss the Ground has spread the word through creative collaborations that have resulted in an eponymous book, available for purchase here, and a documentary now streaming worldwide on Netflix.
The message “Restore Our Earth” is urgent to advance global regeneration and mitigate climate change.
Kiss the Ground is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit established specifically to catalyze a movement out of this emerging scientific discovery: that soil regeneration can be a solution to the climate, water, and food crises, and we’re on a mission to awaken people to the possibilities of regeneration and inspire participation in this movement through media, communications, education, workshops, immersive programming, and advocacy.
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The Stewardship Program is an education platform, community, and resource hub that was created to educate, inspire, and empower individuals to become powerful and impactful advocates for the regenerative movement.
We’re committed to uplifting land stewards leading the charge of regenerating the world’s soils and directly contributing to their empowerment. That commitment inspired us to create a Farmland Program which is composed of a comprehensive selection of training, education, resources, and technical support all geared towards helping farmers, ranchers, and other producers in their transition to regenerative agriculture.
From gardening and composting tips to free soil health education for your little ones, we create resources to support you with optimistic solutions for planetary/individual health, collective healing, and science-backed hope.
Kiss the Ground’s Media Program uses storytelling to educate, inspire, and connect millions to the regenerative movement through short-films, mini-docs, a podcast, branded collaborations, and other content.
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