Kiss the Ground members are the grassroots stakeholders that stand with us in the regenerative movement.
Kiss the Ground Regenerating Communities Grants
Seven distinct projects will help a diverse array of farmers and ranchers grow their regenerative agriculture practices improving soil health, water quality, human health, and local communities.
ANNOUNCING KISS THE GROUND COTTON
Citizens of Humanity Group and Kiss the Ground partner to create “Kiss The Ground Cotton,” taking an innovative approach to promoting Regenerative Agriculture.
NUSS FAMILY FARMS
Nuss Farms is a 5th-generation family farm run by father Dave Nuss and his three sons Derek, Tim, and Tyler. The family has been farming conventionally in the San Joaquin Valley for nearly 50 years. While Lodi is known for its vineyards and orchards, the Nuss family is experimenting with regenerative farming techniques and growing annual vegetable specialty crops in the California delta.
Kandarian Organic Farms
Larry Kandarian, of Kandarian Organic Farms, is a mainstay at many of the best farmers’ markets in Southern California, and is well known for his ancient varieties of wheat and legumes.
Jungle Project – Dedicated to the Trees
Kiss the Ground & Jungle Project are teaming up to mitigate world hunger and reverse the climate crisis.
Regenerative Urban Farming
Regenerative farming can be done on a small scale in an urban backyard. Learn more about how Starr from Saltless Sea shifted to full time farming.
How Regenerative Almonds are used in Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
It’s truly inspiring to see the evolution of Fat Uncle Farms and to hope that more companies like Ben & Jerry’s will support transitioning their supply chain to a regenerative model that supports the land and the people indigenous to that land.
Be Love Farm
This month we’re featuring Be Love Farm in Vacaville, California, and Matthew Rose Stark, Be Love’s former Livestock and Orchard Manager.
Compost vs. Fertilizer, What are the Differences?
As a global fertilizer shortage persists into the unforeseeable future, opportunities to try alternate methods of tending to crops and land emerge.
Brook Williams — the owner of Duravita Vineyard located in coastal Lompoc, CA — has worked in wineries since 1989, and decided to try life on the other side of the wine cellar – “in the dirt,” as he says – when he and his siblings bought the Duvarita property in 2012.