We had the pleasure of spending time with Anna of Guayakí Yerba Mate recently where had an opportunity to dive into the Yerba Mate culture and spend time with like-minded friends who are living regeneration every day.
In this episode of Sourcing Matters, host Aaron Niederhelmanwe and Kiss the Ground’s Ryland Engelhart and Jesse Smith go deep into the current problems we are facing on the planet and discuss a new recipe for moving us forward towards a regenerative future.
Rebecca Burgess and Fibershed, a national nonprofit organization, are building a regional economy that connects ranches producing wool with artisan clothing manufactures. Fibershed’s local economy network is based on carbon farming practices that capture atmospheric carbon and store in the soil. Soil carbon supports a regenerative fertility cycle and is the building block for a climate-friendly life-promoting economy. Climate Beneficial …
Introducing a new summer camp in Los Angeles based on Kiss the Ground’s “The Soil Story” designed for children ages 10-13 (5th – 8th Grade).
Gabe Brown explains the 5 keys to building healthy soil.