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Watch "Kiss the Ground" Movie Launch Free on Youtube Tonight ( Sep 23 '20) Regenerative Agriculture

 
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https://movieallday.com/kiss-the-ground/
 
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This looks good.  I put it on my list. I'm looking forward to seeing this.
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Also on Netflix.
 
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Just watched it during our rainy day here.  They did mention the word permaculture once....I was wondering if they would and they slipped it in.  They could have mentioned it a lot more since so many folks in the show were permaculturists, but I guess once counts.  Decent movie.  I hope enough people that see it follow us all down the rabbit hole and deepen their understanding of what is happening and what has to happen.  We have to pick up the pace!!!
 
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Greg Martin wrote:Just watched it during our rainy day here.  They did mention the word permaculture once....I was wondering if they would and they slipped it in.  They could have mentioned it a lot more since so many folks in the show were permaculturists, but I guess once counts.  Decent movie.  I hope enough people that see it follow us all down the rabbit hole and deepen their understanding of what is happening and what has to happen.  We have to pick up the pace!!!



I can testify that even a small mention--or no mention--is often enough to get people searching. Something like 10 years ago, my husband and I watched Fast Food Nation. It was free on Hulu (which was also free back then), and I saw Joel Salatin. I don't know if the movie even said anything about permaculture, but I saw Salatin raising animals in a respectful, ecologically sound way, and thought, "That's so cool! I want to pasture animals like that!" And so I looked him up. And found out about permaculture and how that was the term for all this ecologically sound food growing/raising. And here I am!

Movies like this are a powerful way to reach out and teach more people about permaculture.
 
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