Green Lancaster header displaying a picture of an Amish buggy, and corn field, horses in a field, cows being milked, and windmills.

Educate >Building Green > References


Chandlee, J. (2008, March 8). Chandlee projects: design + carpentry + construction. Retrieved March 2, 2008, from Chandlee Projects Web site:

Dick, G. (2007). Green building basics. Retrieved March 12, 2008, from California Integrated Waste Management Board Web site:

Moore, D. (2008).It's easy to be green. Independent School. 67, 67-75.

Motavalli, J.E. (2007). Green design on a roll. The Environmental Magazine. 18, 15-18.

Nasis, G., & Tola, R. (2003). Environmental impact. American School & University. 76, 49-63.

Nowlin, T. (2008).Taking the LEED. Parks & Recreation. 43, 31-36.

O'Neil, L. (2008, March). Natural growth. Better Homes and Gardens, 68-74.

Whelan, D.L. (2007).Going green. School Library Journal. 53, 1-8.

(2007). Armstrong headquarters receives LEED platinum certification. PR Newswire, Retrieved April 12, 2008, from

(2008). Green building. Retrieved April 12, 2008, from Tool Base Services Web site:

(2008). LEED rating system. Retrieved April 12, 2008, from U.S. Green Building Council Web site:

(2008). Making the case for green building. Retrieved March 10, 2008, from Building Web site:

(2008). Millersville's first green building. Retrieved March 20, 2008, from Millersville University Web site:

(2008). The green building association. Retrieved April 18, 2008, from The Green Building Association of Central Pennsylvania Web site:

(2008). Why build green. Retrieved March 12, 2008, from U.S. Green Building Council Web site:

Josh Chandlee with Chandlee Projects: Design + Carpentry + Construction Company

Mark Binkley Jr. helped construct Stayer Hall

Millersville University’s Stayer Hall

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