In this workshop, we will explore permaculture principles as they apply to rainwater harvesting and passive irrigation, building plant guilds and food forests, and increasing soil fertility through practical methods, including composting and plant selection. Learn how to set your garden, homestead or edible landscape up for success by working with nature, rather than against it!
About the Instructor:
Brandy M. Hall founded Shades of Green in 2004, and for the past decade, she has taught and studied permaculture design alongside some of the leading professionals in the world. Moving from Asheville, NC, to Atlanta in 2011, she began to pollinate the Atlanta area with a whole-systems permaculture perspective, empowering individuals, businesses, and communities with practical tools to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges. She has trained 100+ permaculture design students, who are applying these learnings in the non-profit sector, landscape design firms, the building industry, city government, and many other industries in Georgia and beyond.
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