Jungle Project: Using Breadfruit to Save the Planet

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A Note on Agroforestry: “Tropical Staple Trees” is ranked 14th out of eighty strategies identified in Paul Hawken’s book Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming. Agroforestry systems are extraordinarily productive because they are in essence vertical farming systems made up of layers of cultivated species. By growing a variety of […]

A Case Study: Guayaki

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One of the most inspiring parts about the regenerative movement is just how many incredible partners are involved in helping to elevate farmers and ranchers, grow soil, and balance the climate. Guayaki has long been a revolutionary in the food and beverage space–supporting smallholder producers, incentivizing rainforest protection, and creating a powerful network of artists […]

Coffee and the Promise of Agroforestry

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Cultivated in roughly seventy countries around the equator, coffee thrives in some of the most biodiverse regions of the world. In fact, coffee co-evolved with hundreds of other plant species and grows naturally under tall, dense rainforest canopies.  However, in the past several hundred years (as the demand for coffee has increased and commercialized agriculture […]

The Biggest Little Farm Offers the World a New View

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How we view the world directly impacts the actions we take every day and ultimately, what we manifest in this world. 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 […]

How to Love the Soil Through Your Fashion Choices – Fibershed

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The rise of “fast fashion” over the years has made the textile industry the top polluter of freshwater in the world—largely due to harmful dyeing and finishing processes. By 2050, global clothing production will account for nearly ⅓ of the carbon budget needed to keep global temperatures from exceeding 2 degrees Celsius. And all of […]

How You Can Help Regenerate the Planet, Starting with Soil

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The climate needs your help, the water needs your help, the land needs your help. We invite you to be part of the solution. The soil you walk on and grow food in holds a secret to some of the biggest problems facing the planet today. Here are six ways you can be part of […]

Kiss the Ground Celebrates World Soil Day

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Kiss the Ground will be broadcasting Live on Facebook from the Regenerative Earth Summit throughout World Soil Day on December 5th, celebrating soil’s important role in fashion, health, business, education, agriculture, and all life on Earth with some amazing guests. Stay tuned to our social channels for the full lineup! What is World Soil Day? […]

It’s Not About “Sustainable” Anymore, It’s About Being “Regenerative.”

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PRESS RELEASE ROSARIO DAWSON AND RON FINLEY PROMOTE EFFORT TO GO BEYOND SUSTAINABILITY AND BECOME “REGENERATIVE” WITH CLIMATE VICTORY GARDENS VIDEO Celebrity Activist and Gangsta Gardener Promote Climate Change Mitigation and Healthy Eating Through Community, Home Gardens. It’s Not About “Sustainable” Anymore, It’s About Being “Regenerative.” WASHINGTON, DC – Green America and Kiss the Ground […]

The Soil Story Curriculum

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Our goal is to increase soil health literacy for children, teens, and adults around the world. Free Middle School Curriculum Download The 5-lesson curriculum, written to serve as supplemental material for the Next Generation Science Standards, teaches about the carbon cycle, photosynthesis, soil science, various agricultural practices, and concludes with a regenerative soil-based project. Our […]

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