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“Kiss the Ground”

Now available for viewing on Netflix

Narrated by and featuring Woody Harrelson, Kiss the Ground reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis. Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies. Using compelling graphics and visuals, along with striking NASA and NOAA footage, the film artfully illustrates how, by drawing down atmospheric carbon, soil is the missing piece of the climate puzzle. This movie is positioned to catalyze a movement to accomplish the impossible – to solve humanity’s greatest challenge, to balance the climate and secure our species future.

Premiering at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival and debuting on Netflix this week, Kiss The Ground has been called “groundbreaking,” “a must watch,” “climate-skeptic-proof” and “a powerful solution,” by sources in The New York Times, SFGate, and more. 

Access to Film for Netflix subscribers
Kiss The Ground (Runtime: 1 hour, 24 minutes)
Link: https://www.netflix.com/title/81321999

Get Involved
When it comes to the regenerative movement, there’s space for everyone to play a role — in a capacity that is unique to your individual passions and skills. Support this growing movement by finding your path to regeneration on the Kiss The Ground website.

“Ten years ago, Robert Redford handpicked our little documentary ‘Fields of Fuel’ about biodiesel for the Sundance Film Festival, which went on to win the Audience Award that year. Upon meeting Mr. Redford, he said ‘keep going’ — and so we did. A decade and five films later, we were referred to The Redford Center for our film ‘Kiss the Ground’ about how to reverse climate change through soil regeneration. Working with the Fiscal Sponsorship program has been a dream come true for us. Our donors have been delighted to work with The Redford Center team, and have found every part of the process to be easy and fun. It’s organizations like The Redford Center that enable environmental documentaries like ours to get made. Thank you, Redford Center and your fantastic team!!!”

– Rebecca & Josh Tickell, Directors and Producers of Kiss The Ground