Soil to Table at Plumcot Farm

Kiss the Ground table display

A Magical Night of Inspiration in Malibu, California We are still experiencing the magic and optimism generated from Saturday’s Kiss the Ground Soil to Table Fundraiser, graciously hosted by our friends at the beautiful Plumcot Farm in Malibu, California and Host Sponsors Gunnar Lovelace – Social Impact Fund and Kathy Kellogg – Kellogg Garden Organics. […]

3 Ways to Support Farmers Today

Farming, agriculture, livestock and crops

Support Local Farmers To create food systems that are healthy for both people and the planet, it’s imperative that we invest in local food economies. Buying from nearby farmers and ranchers builds community, encourages seasonal eating, and connects us to the land. Buying locally also empowers you to ask important questions about how your food […]

How Do Agricultural Chemicals Affect Human Health?

Farming, agriculture, livestock and crops

By Meghan De Jong Each year over 5.6 billion pounds of pesticides are sprayed across the world’s agricultural landscapes, despite the fact that these chemicals often have devastating impacts on both the environment and human health. It is estimated that approximately 25 million agricultural workers suffer from pesticide poisoning annually.(1) And although the Environmental Protection […]

Jungle Project: Using Breadfruit to Save the Planet

plants and food

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 […]

4 Chocolate Brands Changing the World


“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” ― Charles M. Schulz Chocolate is undeniably one of the world’s most coveted desserts. A staple during holidays like Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and Mother’s Day, chocolate is nearly ubiquitous in many places around the globe.And yet, although today chocolate products […]

The Biggest Little Farm Offers the World a New View

Biggest Little Farm

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 […]

5% Day at Whole Foods is April 18th


Head to your local Whole Foods Market on April 18th! For one day only, 5% of net sales will be donated from forty-four Whole Foods Markets across Southern California to Kiss the Ground. Specifically, funds raised on 5% Community Giving Day will directly benefit our incredible KTG Farmland and Education programs—supporting teachers & farmers, advancing soil education […]

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 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. For the month of October, our friends at Café […]

Y on Earth Community Podcast Featuring Lauren Tucker

Yon Earth

Lauren Tucker, Executive Director of Kiss the Ground joins ‘Y on Earth’ Author, Aaron William Perry to discuss Kiss the Ground’s work connecting people with soil in communities all over the world. Community leader, mother, and influencer, Lauren shares some of her personal story, as well as some of the most advanced work being done […]

Expires June 19th!