This four-part video series with Master Gardener and Teacher, Tashanda Giles-Jones, offers quick insights and bite-sized tips on gardening and living a regenerative lifestyle. Check back for new weekly episodes.  If you’re ready to dig deeper, sign up for one of KTG’s Regenerative Gardening Courses!

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Introduction to Regenerative Gardening and Advanced Regenerative Gardening, will guide you through eight course modules, that include lectures, demonstrations, panels and interviews with industry leaders and experts, plus a curated list of readings and resources!

Learn more about our Partnership with Elektra

Tashanda is an environmental educator cultivating a network of like-minded individuals, organizations, and activists eager to support the learning and growth of urban youth in Los Angeles, California. To date, Tashanda is applying innovative, relative place-based, project- and action-focused environmental education at Environmental Charter Middle School Inglewood as a Green Ambassadors Teacher.

The series was created by Kiss the Ground and underwritten by Elektra Records. Each episode features songs from the newly released “Home in this World: Woody Guthrie’s Dust Bowl Ballads,” a modern reframing of Woody Guthrie’s Dust Bowl Ballads, with undeniable relevance to our current ecological crisis. The result of the compilation is contemporary artists reinforcing a message of hope within a musical reflection of the Dust Bowl era.

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To learn more about the inspiration for Home in this World, check out our article in RE:GENERATE.


KTG’s Agatha Hannah interviews Nora Guthrie, daughter of Woody Guthrie, and Randall Poster, the renowned music supervisor and brainchild behind the project. Buy a copy of RE:GENERATE.

Episode One

Episode Two

Episode 3

Episode 4