We exist to empower people to be part of the solution to the global environmental crisis we face.

Through our refined design-and-build process, we strengthen human connection with nature. Our sensitively designed landscapes mean your land can flourish in resilience. We listen to our clients' needs, and we also listen to what every specific site needs, so our actions as land keepers can work in harmony with each individual ecological environment.

When starting out in 2008, our founder, Brandy Hall, drew the name Shades of Green from her fundamental belief that wherever you're from, whatever your background, and however you're willing to contribute to the regeneration of our planet, your particular shade of green is not just important but essential.

Stepping into a new way of living - whether that means committing to growing food on your terrace, or managing a 1000-acre farm - is a fundamental and courageous contribution to life on earth at both an intimate and planetary scale.

It's about being in service to life and connecting with your piece of the earth.

we stand for the

living world

we live & work by

our core values

We take our cues from the living world and choose collaboration over competition. We strive to build resilience and fortify biodiversity, both on the ground and in our team.



we live & work by

our core values

We choose to always see the humanity in one another so we can be kind, honest, and considerate. We believe in expressing gratitude and sharing abundance. And we love to listen.



we live & work by

our core values

We're flexible, and we cultivate awareness to respond rather than react. Coming from a place of "yes!", we are committed to solutions. This means we stay open to the perfect natural surprises that may shape our work.



we live & work by

our core values

To us, integrity means trusting in big vision, doing the right thing, building to last, and adapting to change. We believe in always improving and value taking the long-view.


our purpose

I founded Shades of Green in 2008. Since then, our team has grown to a staff of 16, and we have worked with over a thousand clients who are applying permaculture across contexts.

I am passionate about leading a purpose-driven business that actively creates a healthier world for our children every single day. I love seeing my daughter graze on the plants in our yard, knowing they are chemical free and full of nutrients you can't get at the store.

My roots are in building. I earned my General Contractor's license directly after completing undergraduate work at the age of 20, and began training as a stone mason where I fell in love with the way intelligent design responds to the natural world. I have nearly two decades of experience in building off-grid water systems, landscape construction, and integrated farming systems. I serve on the Pine Lake City Council and spend lots of time outdoors with my husband, Aaron, our daughter, and our rambunctious pup, Peanut Butter.

Brandy M. Hall


mama, Builder, Designer, problem solver,
lover of all things beautiful

Hi, I'm Brandy!

Rebecca has been with Shades of Green since 2016, and she brings an incredible capacity to listen and reflect with clarity and compassion, in both her role as designer and leader within the company. We can't sing her praises loud enough! 

Lead designer

Rebecca Baxter

Aaron, Brandy's husband, has been wearing lots of hats since the beginning of Shades of Green.  As such, he is intimately connected to the pulse of the company, and he plays a vital role as a values-keeper, mentor, and leader of all-things-install. He oversees the install team, and builds strategic sourcing relationships that exemplify our ethics.


Aaron Pincus

Addie moved to Atlanta from Rhode Island to join the Shades of Green team, and boy, are we lucky to have her! She is working diligently behind the scenes, doing everything from rendering beautiful designs to facilitating project management. We're pretty sure she's part sponge, because she soaks everything up so quickly!

Associate Designer

Addie Newbold

Rachel is a real mama bear⏤fierce, dependable, and hard working. She leads the Install Team as Forewoman Extraordinaire, and uses her skills to see big patterns to move our team with efficiency so we can do our best work in the field. She has a 4-acre homestead with her husband and toddler, and grows plants for SOG "in her spare time."

Install manager

Rachel Sebourne

Operations assistant

Sydia Bell

Jasper is passionate about learning. He has a steady presence and a big ol' smile. And, he's Dutch, which means he brings yummy stroopwafel to snack on!


Jasper Jansen

Sydia is a ball of sunshine. She has a background in all things business operations, and fills so many gaps in the company, from administrative to marketing, and more!

Heather is passionate about herbal medicine and working with plants. She's a real "plant whisperer" on our install team, and is responsible for building relationships with values-aligned growers, and sourcing all plants for installations.

Plant Coordinator

Heather Lacy

Originally from Atlanta, Cameron's interest in plants grew after working at a native medicinal flower farm. She's passionate about implementing earth supporting landscapes. In her spare time she's woodworking or trying out her new rollerskates.

Install crew Member

Cameron Wethern


Simmy Slaton

Simmy radiates goodness with his positive outlook and kindness. He's a rap artist by night, and an earth-sculpting stone artist by day. 

As a student of horticulture, Mollie loves tending to plants. She is passionate about local and ethical food production, restoration of the earth’s natural beauty and bringing others along to experience the gift of our good earth and its wonders.

Caretaking Crew member

Mollie Perrot

Caretaking Manager

Roxann Drew

Roxann is one of those people you can't help but like from the moment you meet. Her dreams of helping others live a more sustainable and simple life has made her a real pleasure to have on the caretaking team.  

Jeremy enjoys interacting with both people and nature. He believes everyone has something valuable to contribute, and nature can always teach us life lessons. Jeremy's calming presence and awareness have made him a valuable addition to our install crew.


Jeremy Siegel

Kate is a senior at GA Tech in the Department of Industrial Design. She joined the Shades of Green team in 2019, and brings a passion for graphics and design. Her creativity is astounding!

Project Assistant

Kate Freeman

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