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!
The Biggest Little Farm, a documentary film starring John and Molly Chester of Apricot Lane Farm, will give you a “new view” and leave you with a deeper understanding of how we can work with our land and the intricacies of its ecosystems to create results far greater than the sum of their parts.
Fibershed published a “slow-fashion” Clothing Guide for consumers, outlining how to engage in a circular system that connects farmers, ranchers, designers, producers, and consumers invested in healthy soils and responsible textile manufacturing.
This course is designed for companies and brands seeking to engage directly with healthy soil solutions and regenerative agriculture through purchasing and supply chains.
Just because you live in a small space, apartment or somewhere without a yard doesn't mean you can't compost.
We’re excited to announce that on April 18th (just four days before Earth Day!) Whole Foods will donate 5% of their net sales across forty-four Southern California stores to Kiss the Ground.
Our friend Amy Smart and Kiss the Ground Co-Founder Finian Makepeace take you through a simple (and clean!) step by step process on how to compost at home.
The soil you walk on and grow food in holds a secret to some of the biggest problems facing the planet today. Here is how you can help support the solution in 2019 and beyond.