CENTRALongmont Presbyterian Church
402 Kimbark St
Longmont, CO, 80501
Date(s) - 04/19/2021
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Thank you for screening Kiss the Ground, an inspiring film about the capacity of healthy soil to sequester legacy carbon on a large scale, thus helping to reduce climate change. Our food policies can also have a positive impact on food justice, racial justice, and climate justice. In this moment in our country’s history we are experiencing three great overlapping challenges: a pandemic and economic downturn causing more families to go hungry, racial injustice awareness rising, and the climate crisis worsening. We have an opportunity to address all of these issues with one focus – our food practices. Food is an important part of our faith traditions, and all the major faith traditions call us to care for the earth. So how we grow our food is integral to the way we care for the earth and each other as religious people.
First, sign up with IPL to view the film online for free in the comfort of your home (http://bit.ly/fcawfilm) anytime between April 10 – 19. Once you register for the film, you will receive a link-to-view for the film (you will also receive an invitation to attend a webinar with the filmaker that is separate from our CENTRALongmont discussion).
Then, join us for a discussion about the film and regenerative farming here in Boulder County.