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Jim Schuessler, Landscape Architecture Associate, BNIM
SPONSORED BY FRONTIER FARM CREDIT
Obtaining LEED certification on building and landscape projects is about saving money, conserving energy, reducing water use, and improving improving homes and communities. But what does that mean for landscape projects? With over 16 years of experience as a landscape architect and land planner and 7 years of LEED registration, Jim Schuessler will share with us how LEED works, why it works for landscapes and how it is best for growers and landscape contractors to work on LEED projects.