A film about soil and regenerative agriculture, narrated by Woody Harrelson.
The award winning 2020 documentary, ‘Kiss the Ground’ will be screened at Kilcoy Information Centre on Friday 10 June at 7.00 pm. Hosted by Friends of the Forest and Brisbane Valley Kilcoy Landcare, the film explores soil regeneration through adopting regenerative farming techniques.
Watch the movie trailer here.
There will be no charge for admission, though a gold coin donation would be welcomed.
If you would like to know more about the relationship between good soil and quality food production, then the film will be of interest. In addition to soil, the film explores compost, growing food and crops.
The film examines the impacts of regenerative agriculture, particularly improving the soil, on stabilising climate, restoring local ecosystems, and supporting abundant crop growth.
‘The film shows some of the ways we can improve soil microbiology and contribute to reducing the effects of climate change.’CAROLITA FUENTES, President of Friends of the Forest
‘While the documentary uses examples from the United States, the basic principles of regenerative agriculture are the same everywhere’Mr. Ross Brooker, Brisbane Valley Kilcoy Landcare President.
A light supper will be served after the screening.
Registration is essential – see link below
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