can help mitigate the negative aspects of
growing food, and in turn provide community benefits that will enhance the project.
If the project is seeking LEED certification, one point can be earned through the
Danielle Glaser, LEED
AP ND, danielle@catalyst-
partners.com, is a project
coordinator for Catalyst
Partners. She was responsible
for assembling documentation for the Local
Food Production Pilot Credit in the Downtown
Market project and its subsequent acceptance
as a LEED Pilot Credit.
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