Intro to Climate Action Landscaping 

What you'll learn:


How we impact climate change through our landscaping choices

...and why the solutions are simpler than you may think. 


The 3 common landscaping practices that work against sustainability

...including how we create too much stormwater and then mismanage it, how we treat our soil like dirt, and why we may not choose the best plants.


Simple solutions you can easily implement in your yard to make a positive impact

...including techniques for working with water (you only need a shovel!), how to build soil without the need for fertilizers or costly inputs, and how to choose plants that work together to support the ecology of your land (and feed you, too!).


How you can build health from the ground up

...because every garden can contribute 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. 


Frequently Asked Questions

The webinar will be offered at the following times:

  1. Tuesday, 10/12/21 at 11am EST
  2. Wednesday, 10/13/21 at 1pm ES
  3. Monday, 10/18/21 at 7pm EST
  4. Thursday, 10/21/21 at 12pm EST
  5. Saturday, 10/23/21 at 11am EST

Once you register, a link will be emailed to the email address you use to register. The webinar is online, hosted through Demio, and can be accessed in your browser using the link without downloading any additional apps.


Yes, the webinar is live, and will be recorded. The replay is sent to all registrants. 

"This course offered by Shades of Green Permaculture has allowed me to dig deeper into learning and appreciating the interconnectedness of nature, and the role humans can play to promote it. Get ready to be inspired!"


About The Instructor...

Brandy M. Hall

Founder & Managing Director

When I was young, I witnessed my parents being poisoned by the senseless use of pesticides and herbicides, and I have committed my life to creating viable and gorgeous alternatives to toxic and wasteful landscapes.  

In these times, we should take every chance we get to take care of ourselves, our families, and our communities. Being in Nature is proven to increase our health and well-being, meaning more happiness, and lower stress and anxiety. I'm excited to share with you simple ways you can incorporate these pillars of health into your own yard.