“Let’s Talk Kiss The Ground and the Benefits of Carbon Capture”

Panel Discussion with Q+A 

6:30PM Wednesday, December 9th, 2020

JOIN THE CONVERSATION!  The new film KISS THE GROUND makes the case that “a cure for climate change starts with a simple solution right under our feet.” 

Watch the film (details below) and join our

Panel Discussion with Q+A Wednesday, December 9th, 6:30PM. (details below)


Al Krupski, Suffolk County Legislator for District 1, Krupski Farm, Peconic

Deborah Aller, Agricultural Stewardship Specialist, Soil Scientist, Cornell Cooperative Ext

Phil Barbato, Biophilia Farm, Jamesport, Certified organic farmer and former president of the Northeast Organic Farmers Association-New York

Long Island Farm Bureau and American Farmland Trust, in collaboration


Mark Haubner, North Fork Environmental Council VP, Drawdown East End Steering Team

Mary Morgan, Drawdown East End Cofounder

Together with the North Fork Environmental Council, Drawdown East End is organizing this panel with local experts to discuss the topics that KISS THE GROUND touches on  — soil and other ways to safely sequester carbon to stop the climb of greenhouse gases and reverse global warming. Project Drawdown, an acclaimed leading resource for climate solutions, is featured in the film. Project Drawdown has identified a suite of natural carbon capture solutions, from land farming to seaweed farming, from planting trees to using compost. 

For more information contact:  Mark Haubner: mhaubner2@gmail.com

Mary Morgan: mcfm.morgan@gmail.com

Please register in advance for this webinar: 


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Watch the film on Netflix or Vimeo: https://kissthegroundmovie.com/