Greenpacha x kiss the ground
We’re super excited to announce our newest collaboration with @kisstheground.
Kiss the Ground is a nonprofit organize rooted in Venice, California.
Their intention is to create a regenerative agriculture–a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds, and enhances ecosystem services.
Regenerative Agriculture aims to capture carbon in soil and aboveground biomass, reversing current global trends of atmospheric accumulation.
Our collaboration is inspired in the beauty of the simplicity of connecting to nature, our environment, our roots, to our home, to what makes us, us.
The Greenpacha x KTG Panama hat features finely handwoven toquilla palm. The hat remains free of dyes or any other unnatural preservatives + chemicals, just made with a lot of love.
And for an added touch of uniqueness, each hat comes with a hand ironed “Kiss the Ground” stamp.
We hope you kiss the ground, show some love from where we come from, and enjoy nature with one of our “Kiss the Ground” Greenpacha panama hat.
Greenpacha hats come from the the earth, when you wear them is like kissing the ground.
The process is almost a poetry, rare in this world of industrialized consumption. The hats are a symbol of a natural process and our symbol of real progress.
This Ecuadorian community has been thriving to maintain this tradition alive. They are wise people.
The palms grow copiously on the Ecuadorian coast, they are harvested by hand and cut in thin strands, also by hand.
The juiciest part of the toquilla palm leave is boiled in water, with no chemicals added, and then put to dry in the open air.
In the rainy seasons, the process simply gets slower. It respects nature and its cycles and this is why our hats are so magical.
Each hat has the energy of the water, the sun and the natural winds of the region. Each hat has the love and dedication of these wise hands.
We hope you enjoy this collaboration with Kiss the Ground and support this great cause.
We only need to listen to Nature, like this ancient communities, wisdom is right there for those able to listen.
Thank you for taking the time.