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How to work with me more closely to restore & protect the environment—in your own yard!
Why “permaculture” isn't as complicated as it seems, and how to get started today!
Take a (virtual) walk with me to check out a real-life permaculture landscape that produces food, medicine, and habitat.
How to work with soil, water, and plants holistically to create a balanced ecosystem in your own yard (no matter your location).
The concepts and subject matter discussed in this class can be applied to any growing zone, and provide the basic decision-making framework for beginning your regenerative landscaping journey. The actual implementation and strategies you employ will vary depending on your locations and the specific conditions at your site. Regardless of where you're located, you'll learn the fundamental ways in which water, soil and plants work together to form an ecological landscape.
The class runs about an hour. In the email confirmation you receive, you will be able to add the session to your calendar.
Once you reserve your seat, the link that you receive at the email address specified will provide you with access to the class during the time you scheduled. If you are unable to attend the class at your selected time, you will receive a replay link that will be available for a two days after your scheduled session.
Once you register, a link will be sent to the email address you provided. The class is virtual and can be accessed in your browser using the link you were emailed without downloading any additional apps.
Click "Sign Up" above, and choose one of the events.
SPACE IS LIMITED.
When I was young, I witnessed my parents succumb to serious health issues tied directly to the toxic chemicals commonly used in landscaping, and I've dedicated my life to demonstrating that it's possible to build beautiful landscapes that help - not harm - both humans and our planet.
I started Shades of Green Permaculture in 2008, and have worked to create regenerative, permaculture-based landscapes for residential clients, farms and municipalities ever since. We've designed and built thousands of regenerative landscapes for clients that work to restore the water cycle, build soil, support pollinators and grow food and medicine. And I've taught 14 Permaculture Design Certificate programs along the way.
Many well-meaning homeowners have landscapes that are unintentionally compounding global warming, and don't realize there are easy-to-implement, values-aligned alternatives. They want to be a part of the solution, but aren’t sure where to start. That's why I created this free class.
photo credit: Audra Melton
Shades of Green Permaculture is a regenerative landscape design, build and education firm located in Atlanta, Georgia. We're on a mission to empower people to be part of the solution to the global environmental crisis we face
Every outdoor space we create contributes to protecting biodiversity; growing food, medicine, and pollinator habitat; building soil, and restoring the water cycle. Your garden, no matter the size, can have a positive impact.
Most gardens are designed to be high input systems⏤water-intensive, chemically-dependent, and high maintenance. Instead of toxic, resource-heavy conventional landscapes, we build health from the ground up by transitioning landscapes to become ecologically-sound, healthy ones. Our work is to reconcile the human built environment and the natural world, creating a conversation between the two that is life-giving.
By building lasting relationships with our clients and students, we empower you to understand and interact with your landscape as you deepen your role as an environmental steward.