The Media Program

Kiss the Ground has emerged as a leading voice in the regenerative movement because of our ability to create inspiring, beautiful, and compelling media. When we were first established, there was virtually no content that told the regenerative story or explained the concepts of drawdown, soil regeneration, and agriculture as climate solutions. Recognizing that this movement needed awareness to hit critical mass, our focus and contribution began with creating media to broadcast this new narrative. Our content continues to be highly sought after and used in a variety of contexts.

Grow What You Know with Tashanda Giles-Jones

In this first season of our new series, ‘Grow What You Know,’ teacher & master gardener Tashanda Giles-Jones will show you how to kickstart your gardening journey. In each of the four episodes, Tashanda will offer quick insights and bite-sized tips on gardening and living a regenerative lifestyle.

Grow What You Know (S2): “Invest in Our Planet” w/ Nathalie Kelley

‘Grow What You Know’ educates people on different aspects of regeneration and provides tips & tricks to start taking action. In honor of Earth Month, the second season – hosted by actress & activist Nathalie Kelley – focuses on the theme “Invest In Our Planet.”

Farmer Feature: Chamberlin Ranch

Located in the Santa Ynez Valley, The Ted Chamberlin Ranch – a member of Kiss the Ground’s Farmland Transition Program – raises Black Angus Cross cattle and utilizes managed grazing to benefit the natural rangelands.

A New (Re)Generation

Carrie Richards goes against conventional ideology, family tradition, and her father’s advice as she transitions her family ranch to regenerative farming methods – focused on the full spectrum of health, from soil to cattle to community – ultimately bringing new life to the business and illustrating the wonderful possibilities of regeneration.

The Soil Story

Science meets inspiration in this tale of nature’s best hidden innovation: soil. ‘The Soil Story’ shares how rebuilding healthy soil can heal the planet and balance the climate. Learn how we can pull carbon from the atmosphere and store it in the soil, where it belongs.

The Compost Story

Find out what would happen if we diverted the 60 billion pounds of mineral-rich food materials that go to landfills each year in the U.S. alone and turned them into compost.

Stories & News

Healthy soil is our thing. We share news that highlights the connection soil has with just about everything on the planet. We celebrate solution-based thinking and innovation. We tell stories about farmers, activists, businesses and people like you, along their path towards regeneration.

Get Social with Regenerate America™

Regenerate America™ is on social media! We are so excited to finally share the news: you can now follow Regenerate America™ directly on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! With so much momentum for regenerative agriculture, we're making it easier than ever for you to stay up to date on the latest ag policy news, campaign happenings,…

House Ag Committee Hearing on September 14th

Regenerate America™ is returning to DC! 🌱We are excited to announce that we will be returning to D.C. to participate in the House Ag Committee’s historic hearing on regenerative agriculture! 🌱 The hearing, hosted by Representative David Scott (D-GA-13) and titled “Soil Health Practices and Programs that Support Regenerative Agriculture” will be the first of…

Chaco Empoderado, part 2: Juan Pedro Borrelli

CREATING A RIPPLE IN REGENERATION BY DEEPLY VALUING OUR FOOD SYSTEMS We’re pleased to introduce our audience to our Spanish-language regenerative training courses, and the people behind our partnership who offer these courses: Guido Lois, former Kiss the Ground photographer and founder of Diez Mil Anos, and Juan Pedro Borrelli, course designer at Escuela de…

Chaco Empoderado, part 1: Guido Lois

CREATING A RIPPLE IN REGENERATION BY DEEPLY VALUING OUR FOOD SYSTEMS We’re pleased to introduce our audience to our Spanish-language regenerative training courses, and the people behind our partnership who offer these courses: Guido Lois, former Kiss the Ground photographer and founder of Diez Mil Anos, and Juan Pedro Borrelli, course designer at Escuela de…

How Regenerative Almonds are used in Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream

It’s truly inspiring to see the evolution of Fat Uncle Farms and to hope that more companies like Ben & Jerry’s will support transitioning their supply chain to a regenerative model that supports the land and the people indigenous to that land. 

Be Love Farm

This month we’re featuring Be Love Farm in Vacaville, California, and Matthew Rose Stark, Be Love’s former Livestock and Orchard Manager.

Compost vs. Fertilizer, What are the Differences?

As a global fertilizer shortage persists into the unforeseeable future, opportunities to try alternate methods of tending to crops and land emerge.

Duvarita Vineyard

Brook Williams — the owner of Duravita Vineyard located in coastal Lompoc, CA — has worked in wineries since 1989, and decided to try life on the other side of the wine cellar – “in the dirt,” as he says – when he and his siblings bought the Duvarita property in 2012.

The 7 R’s of Regeneration

“As an alumni soil advocate from Kiss the Ground, it inspired me to write my book, @regenerateyourreality and continue expanding the @JungleProjectCR mission all about Trees, Training, and Trade. I have felt called to environmentalism since a young age. In 2017, I moved to Costa Rica to follow my passion for nature, permaculture, agroforestry, and community. Now I am teaching soil advocacy to children and activated a monthly webinar series about regeneration in every – way. I believe we can be part of the solution to the climate crisis, and that we all can play our part by living regeneration and coming back to our essence of love.” –
— Jean Pullen