It’s Time to Bring Back the Victory Garden
We think it’s time to bring victory gardens back. This time, it’s for the climate and in support of creating thriving local food systems.
“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.
Monegros, Cómo regenerar un desierto
Sergio Alierta and Manel Badía tell the story of how, despite a low budget, they were able to use planning and strategic design to turn an eroded estate – with no soil cover and considerable carcasses – into a grazing prairie.
Regenerative Culture with Finian Makepeace at TEDxSantaCruz
Kiss the Ground’s Finian Makepeace shares his ‘ah-ha’ moment in the biggest common ground cause of our time and why we need to move beyond “sustainable think.”
Our most popular resources
From gardening tips to a soil health curriculum for your little ones, we’ve gathered up some of our community’s favorite resources to support you with hopeful, optimistic solutions for planetary/individual health, collective healing, and science-backed hope.
There has never been a better time to cultivate a relationship with the natural world
Continue to build a resilient mindset. Bring light to the things that are most important. Healthy soil, healthy humans, healthy planet.
Forest Bathing: The only destination is where you are
We all know that spending time in nature is good for us, but now we know exactly why. The science behind nature therapy is fascinating, extensive, and continues to grow every year as more research is poured into this burgeoning health treatment.
Presidential Campaign Representatives Share Their Plans for the Future of US Farming
Kiss the Ground was honored to take part in Farmers, Soil, and Climate – a presidential forum in Des Moines Iowa. KTG Co-Founder Finian Makepeace moderated and interviewed several Democratic campaign representatives and one Republican presidential candidate. Each laid out their policies on how they would stand up for America’s family farmers and help them transition to more regenerative agricultural practices.
Qué es el Mate? – A Mini-Documentary
Descubrí como la Agricultura Regenerativa puede cambiarlo todo a través del Pastoreo Programado. Victor Mochkofsky de Espacio Abasto viaja al sur de Córdoba, Argentina, para conocer la historia de una familia a la que la forma de criar sus animales les cambió la vida.