Natural History on the Big Screen: Kiss the Ground Film Discussion on Regenerative Agriculture
This Zoom webinar aired April 21, 2022, as part of the "Natural History on the Big Screen" series. Watch a recording in the player above.
Right now, soil might be the last thing on your mind. But in a moment when the future of our planet and humankind is at stake, nothing may be more important than regenerating the ground beneath us. Documentary film "Kiss The Ground" reveals how soil could be the key to our climate crisis.
This video is a panel discussion about regenerative agriculture and its potential to nourish the soil, rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems, and create abundant food supplies. The panelists are Karen Rodriguez (VP of Program Operations at Kiss The Ground), Michael Kotutwa Johnson (member of the Hopi Tribe, a PhD in Natural Resources, and traditional Hopi dryland farmer) and Carrie Vaughn (Farm Director at Building Bridges Across the River).
Moderator: Angela Roberts, exhibit writer/editor at the National Museum of Natural History