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Together, we raised $209,258 at Whole Food’s Community Giving Day
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 Offers the World a New View
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.
5% Day at Whole Foods is April 18th
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.
How You Can Help Regenerate the Planet, Starting with Soil
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.
Kiss the Ground’s Purchasing Guide – Free Download
Kiss the Ground’s Purchasing Guide outlines how you can eat well, build soil, and regenerate the planet by making conscious purchasing decisions.
Kiss the Ground Farmland Program x Café Gratitude
Kiss the Ground’s new Farmland Program connects restaurants and their customers to farmers and landscapes and illustrates the potential of Regenerative Agriculture through featured menu items. Café Gratitude, Gratitude and Gracias Madre in California offer an opportunity to support this program with their new Farmland Menu.
Let’s Regenerate the Planet —Together.
Become a Kiss the Ground Member today if you’re ready to stand on the front lines of the global movement to regenerate the planet, starting with soil. New Members receive 2-free gifts thanks to our friends at Nutiva!
Why The Fight Over The Most Sustainable Diet Is Missing The Point
While we argue over who has the more sustainable diet, agriculture continues to turn fertile earth to desert. The food we eat, whether it is bacon or tofu, is based on an ideology of control of the land. All food has blood on it. —But, it doesn’t have to, choose a regenerative diet instead.
The Soil Story Curriculum
Kiss the Ground’s middle school curriculum is designed to introduce young people to the magic of soil and the fascinating connection it has to the food we eat, our health and our climate.
The 5 Keys To Building Healthy Soil
Gabe Brown explains the 5 keys to building healthy soil.