A new venture for the Society, a screening of the film Kiss the Ground on Thursday 24th November at 6:00PM in the Victoria Hall, in which experts and activists unpack ways in which the earth's soil may be the key to combating climate change and preserving the planet.
“Kiss The Ground, stands above its contemporaries by doing one simple thing. Presenting a feasible solution to the problem of climate change whilst not being foolheartedly optimistic. This documentary dives into the world of sustainable farming and soil rejuvenation, offering a hopeful look into simple, approachable practices for a better tomorrow.”
“This is definitely one of those documentaries that everyone should watch. Climate change and global warming are things that impact us all, and the ideas presented in this film gives me hope that it CAN be reversed.”
Tickets: on the door – Adults £1 each. Under 21s free.
Victoria Hall, High St, Tisbury (opposite the garage)
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