Organic Compound

Organic Compound is located near Nerstrand Big Woods State Park, one of the last remaining nature preserves in the area. Sugar maple, basswood, oak, hickory, aspen, elm, ash, and ironwood trees shade this beautiful park.

Cuyama Lamb

“Our mission is rooted in the ambitious and idealistic hope that we can learn through engagement, observation, and our dedicated lifetimes to become active participants in the stewardship and regeneration of native ecosystems, watersheds, and human life ways.”

Avenue 33 Farm

In the foothills of Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles, one might expect to see couples walking down Griffin Avenue and enjoying lunch from the local taco stand or teens skating down Broadway, so Ali Greer and Eric Tomassini tending to a hillside filled with edible greenery can be an unexpected sight.

Schmitz Dairy

Schmitz Dairy began humbly in 2014 nestled amidst the gently rolling hills and woodlands of Central Minnesota. The farm is nestled near Cold Spring, MN and lovingly run by husband and wife team Derek and Taylor Schmitz along with their young daughter, Olivia.

PT Ranch

PT Ranch is a family owned and operated regenerative ranch in Ione, California, located in Amador County in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Their goal is to restore California’s rangeland back to a healthy, productive landscape, one pasture at a time.

The Abundant Table

Welcome to The Abundant Table, a 501(c)3 non-profit, certified organic farm, as well as a BIPOC and women-led worker collective currently enrolled in Kiss the Ground’s Farmland Program.

With Deep Gratitude

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.

Recordando la historia ancestral de la regeneración del suelo

En este capítulo conversamos con Karen Rodríguez, guatemalteca, criada en California, quien luego de aprender y trabajar con distintos actores del mundo de la comida, se acercó profundamente a la naturaleza, comprendiendo la importancia del origen de los alimentos y del suelo. Aquí nos cuenta sobre sus ancestros y tradiciones, las crisis socioambientales, el rol de la mujer en el movimiento regenerativo y su trabajo en la ONG Kiss The Ground, entre muchas otras cosas. Sin duda una historia que puede regenerar el mundo.

We Can Do This Podcast: Naima Penniman

Kiss the Ground welcomed Naima Penniman to the We Can Do This Podcast to discuss activism through the intersection of ecological healing and transformative justice. Rooted in collaboration and intergenerational responsibility, Naima’s work on the land brings passion and heart to the most crucial issues of today, leaving listeners with the tools and inspiration to transform the world. Get ready to be moved. 

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Offer ends 6/1/23