Table Bluff Farm is a first-generation, woman-owned, 2-acre micro-farm practicing no-till vegetable and flower production in Loleta, California. Hannah Eisloeffel founded the farm and runs it with her partner, Nic;
Sergio Alierta and Manel Badía tell the story of how, despite a low budget, they were able to use planning and strategic design to turn an eroded estate - with no soil cover and considerable carcasses - into a grazing prairie.
RegenerateLA is a new program to reduce carbon in the atmosphere and sequester (store) it in the ground as compost.
Amongst the numerous accolades and positive reviews the movie has received, there have been ongoing conversations about the lack of cultural representation in the film, specifically the Indigenous roots of regenerative practices. We are incredibly thankful to those who have taken the time to candidly share your insights. We view your feedback as a gift to ensure the evolution of this movement to regenerate soil, which in turn regenerates society.
Michael Martinez, the founder and executive director of LA Compost, whose work is also featured in KISS THE GROUND Movie, now streaming on Neflix. LA Compost is a group that educates Angelenos about turning food waste into a natural resource through workshops, after school programs, and events.
Like a diverse ecosystem, this moment is made possible from the collective hands, hearts and creative minds of each volunteer, staff member, advisor, funder, mentor, board member, student, friend, and family member.