Cascadia Green Building Council presents 21 Acres with LEED Platinum plaque

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

21AcresAwardParticipants in the presentation and unveiling of the official LEED Platinum plaque for 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living: (front row from left) Ryan Meno, RAFN Construction; Judy Courshon, 21 Acres Board member; Gretchen Garth, 21 Acres founder and Board president; Nancy Henderson, ArchEcology; (back row from left) Tom Quigley, Woodinville Chamber of Commerce; Stacia Miller, Cascadia Green Building Council. (Courtesy photo)

21 Acres founder and Board president, Gretchen Garth, received the official LEED Platinum plaque presented by Stacia Miller with the Cascadia Green Building Council, the local chapter of the US Green Building Council, at an unveiling event at 21 Acres in Woodinville.

“We are proud to highlight the sustainability accomplishments achieved by 21 Acres,” said Miller. “21 Acres continues to demonstrate the unique, local leadership that pervades our bioregion and show what is possible through restorative building practices. We applaud 21 Acres not only for their technology and innovation but also for their active engagement of local citizens and businesses through their local farm, kitchen and education center.”

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