Advancing agroforestry and empowering communities in the South American Atlantic rainforest.
The truth (although visions of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory may come to mind) is that underneath your favorite colorful packaging lies a fascinating ingredient from the planet’s rich equatorial regions: cacao.
Growing a garden is one of the best things that you can do for your health and for the environment. And one of the most important keys to growing healthy fruits, vegetables and flowers is supporting the health of your soil.
Around the world, a powerful movement is beginning to form as farmers once again invest in whole systems thinking and agroecology.
We caught up with Alana to talk about her experience in the Soil Advocate Training course, what it’s like to launch the first Kiss the Ground chapter on the East Coast, and why soil health is such a key global issue right now.
Out of what does a tree grow? A seed? The soil? The answer may surprise you.
By supporting and empowering our farmers and ranchers, we can accelerate this revolutionary movement to rebuild soils, sequester carbon, restore water cycles, improve food security and the functioning of our natural ecosystems.
Here's a cool opportunity to get your hands in the soil, find community, learn about food justice, and make a positive impact at Born Botanical Permaculture Action Day at Majestic View Farm on June 8th, 2019.
In support of our work, on April 18th, 2019 Whole Foods Market donated 5% of their net-sales across forty-four Southern California stores to the Kiss the Ground Education & Farmland Programs. Together, we raised $209,258.57!