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November 9, 2021
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Time Details:
6:00 PM Regenerative Rally 7:00 PM Film Screening 8:00 PM Panel Discussion
Greenwich High School Performing Arts Center
10 Hillside Road

Greenwich, CT 06830
Kiss The Ground poster
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Kiss the Ground Screening & Panel Discussion

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

On Tuesday, November 9th, Waste Free Greenwich, Food Rescue US - Fairfield County, The Foodshed Network, and Greenwich Conservation Commission will be hosting a screening of Kiss the Ground followed by a panel discussion, "Regeneration & Beyond: Exploring Our Food System" at the Performing Arts Center at Greenwich High School.


Kiss the Ground is a documentary that sheds light on a new, old approach to farming called "regenerative agriculture" that has the potential to balance our climate, replenish our vast water supplies and feed the world. The panel discussion, featuring local leaders from the non-profit and business sectors, will focus on a host of topics related to our food system, including food insecurity, composting, waste reduction and more.  A “Regenerative Rally” will feature exhibits by local non-profits, student organizations and businesses, who will share actions to improve soil health, climate solutions for our planet and strategies to address food insecurity.

6:00 pm Regenerative Rally

7:00 pm Film Screening

8:00 pm Panel Discussion


  • Danielle Blaine, Food Rescue US-Fairfield County
  • Nick Bridge, Sam Bridge Farmers’ Market
  • Terri Browne Kutzen, Greenwich Community Gardens
  • Julie DesChamps, Waste Free Greenwich
  • Thomas McQuillan, Baldor Foods
  • Sharon Psyhojos, Waste Free Greenwich
  • Nick Skeadas, Curbside Compost

Kiss The Ground poster

This event is supported by the following community partners: Air Quality Revolution, Aux Delices, Curbside Compost, Earth Rise, Geoff Lazlo Food, Greenwich Botanical Center, Greenwich Community Gardens, Greenwich Environmental Advocacy Group,Greenwich High School Environmental Action Club, Greenwich Sustainability Committee, Live Eat Cook Healthy, Old Greenwich Honey, Pedal Greenwich, Pollinator Pathway and Sam Bridge Nursery Farmers’ Market.

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