“Kiss the Ground” – A Film Viewing and Panel Discussion on Sustainable Agricultural Practices
September 29 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
We’re pleased to confirm that Allison Andrews will be hosting this exciting in-person event at St. Paul’s Community Centre. This free of charge event features a viewing of the recently released and highly acclaimed documentary ‘Kiss the Ground’, followed by a panel discussion for those interested in discussing this engaging documentary.
“Kiss the Ground” initially focuses on the worldwide effects of the climate change crises by way of soil mismanagement; but quickly shifts to highlight the pivotal and positive impact of regenerative agriculture. This shift in agricultural practices could potentially heal our soils, sequester carbon on a massive scale replenish our water supplies and ultimately balance our climate. It is a powerful message for gardeners, farmers, ranchers and anyone looking for hope and renewal in this time of climate change,
Along with Allison. there is a lively group of panel members, including Jacob Kearey-Moreland (Bass Lake Farms), Emily Wilson (Orillia’s Community Gardens), Greg Kamphuis (Camphouse Farms), Chad and Dorothy (Integrated Farms) and Andy & MacKenzie Hillard (Ants Marching Farm)… all of whom are passionate experts and advocates for sustainable agricultural practices. It’s going to be a fun and informative evening.
For in-person attendance please click here to register.
The event will is also available via webinar, registration coordinates are below.
Refreshments will be available for those who attend in person and current public health guidelines with respect to COVID 19 protocols will be in effect,