Documentary filmmaker Rebecca Tickell tells us how we can grow food anywhere

Rebecca Tickell
Rebecca Tickell. Photo Courtesy of Big Picture Ranch.

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Rebecca Tickell (“Kiss the Ground”) tells us how we can grow food anywhere. #Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos has the scoop.

It is all about regenerative agriculture and soil health. “We can turn cities into regenerative food forests,” she said. Often between the house and the street there is a strip of land, and you can do planter boxes right there, where you can grow parsley, basil, and chives,” she explained.

“You don’t have to have a ton of land, you don’t have to have a ton of money, and everybody can participate in growing nutrient dense food. It’s good for Mama Earth and it’s good for us,” she acknowledged.

“Together, we can do so much to create healthy and local food systems,” she exclaimed.

According to The Guardian, improving soil could keep world within 1.5C heating target, according to research.

A clip of their new highly-anticipated documentary “Common Ground,” which she directed with Josh Tickell, may be seen below.

To learn more about “Common Ground” film, check out their Instagram page.