B Impact Report

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Sleeping Lady Resort

Lodging, food and beverage, conferences, family reunions, weddings
Certified Since: December, 2010
Location: Leavenworth, Washington, United States
Sector: Service with Significant Environmental Footprint

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80.2

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"The strongest emotion anybody has is their sense of place. Sleeping Lady is a magical place on the East side of the Cascade Mountains of Washington State at the base of a steep canyon where families, groups and individuals can come and be close to nature and at the same time can have the luxury of fine dining, good rest and contact with one another." Harriet Bullitt

Sleeping Lady, situated just outside the town of Leavenworth in Washington State's majestic Cascade Mountains has long been known for its sustainable and ecologically-minded practices. The site was once the location of the Civilian Conservation Corps, known as Camp Icicle, during the 1930s and 1940s. When longtime owner of the neighboring property, Harriet Bullitt purchased the land in 1991, eighteen buildings which had been a part of the camp were saved and remodeled to meet or exceed current building and energy codes. New buildings were constructed to blend with the original style and the land was replanted with native vegetation. A certified organic 2-acre garden supplies much of produce to Sleeping Lady's restaurants. The chef sources the remaining ingredients from local famers and purveyors supporting Chefs Collaborative principals.

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