The Climate Movie Circle is proud to present our June film selection, “Kiss the Ground.” Narrated and featuring Woody Harrelson, Kiss the Ground is an inspiring and groundbreaking film that reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis. By regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems and create abundant food supplies. The film artfully illustrates how, by drawing down atmospheric carbon, soil is the missing piece of the climate puzzle. This movie is positioned to catalyze a movement to accomplish the impossible – to solve humanity’s greatest challenge, to balance the climate and secure our species’ future.

From the trailer: Woody says “I’ll make you a deal: I won’t give up and you shouldn’t either.” Take it from us, this is an inspiring and hopeful film that could not be more relevant to us here in Yolo County!

This FREE screening with popcorn and optional follow up discussion will be held in-person Sunday, June 11, from 1:30pm to 3:00pm with an optional follow up discussion until 4:00pm at the Blanchard Room of the Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Yolo County Library at 315 E. 14th Street, Davis, CA.

REGISTER here as this will be a pop-ular event!

  • Kiss the Ground
  • Date of Completion: 2020
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Language: English
  • Directors: Josh Tickell and Rebecca Tickell
  • Producers: Bill Benenson, Ryland Engelhart, Darius Fisher, Joshua Tickell, and Rebecca Harrell Tickell

Watch the trailer HERE


“Inspires a rare feeling of hope”

– The New York Times

“Earth’s Climate Savior”

– The Los Angeles Times


– SF Chronicle

Masks are always welcome but not required at this time. We’re also proud to announce a new partnership with the Yolo County Library Stephens Davis Branch, which includes use of the library’s popcorn machine! We’ll be able to make more, faster, in case our room flows over!

We hope you can join us!

Your Climate Movie Circle Planning Team

More about “Kiss the Ground” and regenerative agriculture

Over the past 10 years, Kiss the Ground, a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit, has become a leading voice in raising awareness for regeneration through storytelling, education, and advocacy. They believe regenerative agriculture is a viable solution to combat the climate, water, and health crisis. Their mission is to awaken people to the possibilities of regeneration  –  a solution for the climate, water, and health crisis. They believe regenerative agriculture is one of the greatest tools and opportunities to combat the climate, water, and health crisis.


The heartbeat of the regenerative movement is rooted in its stories. These narratives are carried across generations of farmers, ranchers, indigenous communities, and stewards of the earth. The folks at Kiss the Ground are lucky enough to listen to these stories humbly, tie them together, and express them through mixed-media – photos, written + spoken word, short films, premium films, and more – to help bring connection and awareness to the power and possibilities of regeneration to combat our climate, water, and health crises.



One of the most powerful tools in the regenerative movement is education. Through on-demand courses, brand packages, public speaking engagements, and free resources, we offer several pathways for people to learn and grow in this movement. From seasoned farmers wanting to implement regenerative practices to businesses looking to educate their teams, or folks simply interested in advocating for regeneration, there is something for everyone to get started now. Reach out to learn about opportunities to deepen your knowledge of the regenerative movement and become an advocate today! Learn more about Kiss the Ground Education.


The Kiss the Ground advocacy team is the megaphone of the organization, thoughtfully bringing important priorities surrounding regenerative agriculture to the policy level and advocating for a regenerative future. Through a dynamic platform, Regenerate America™, they work with a coalition of farmers, ranchers, businesses, and nonprofits from across the US to elevate important voices in agriculture, demanding that US policies shift resources & support toward regenerative agriculture. Learn more about Kiss the Ground Advocacy.

Pledge at the screening

Volunteers will be collecting “Why I’m pledging” videos at the screening for the Earth Day Pledge Challenge!

Make your pledge to reduce carbon pollution and build resilience throughout the coming year to Earth Day 2024. Cool Davis identifies the high impact actions and ways to achieve them; you get busy building new habits, sharing your story, and learning from friends, family, and neighbors.



The Earth Day Pledge Challenge is about Yolo County residents completing at least six specific greenhouse gas reducing or resilience building actions over the course of one full year from Earth Day 2023 to Earth Day 2024.  Embrace the challenge: Be the ripple that starts a wave.

New pledges will be accepted through July 31, 2023 (extended to the end of the month.