Earth Day at Pringle Creek Community and the City of Salem Youth Environmental Summit--official schedule to be announced. Stay tuned.Santiago
Peak oil, that is. Someday worldwide production of oil, which has increased for 150 years, will get to its highest level (peak), then decline. That decline will be bad news. There will still be lots of oil, but the price will go up up up.When will “peak oil” happen? A number of smart, serious people say “now” or “in a couple of years." It’s controversial. James H. Kunstler wrote The Long Emergency (2005) mostly about peak oil. Click here to go to a page that has Kunstler's recent speech to the Commonwealth Club of California.Kunstler was already well known ...
Yesterday morning our plat was signed by Marion County Commissioner Janet Carlson. The plat has been recorded with the clerk's office and we are now an official subdivision with legal lots to sell!!Commissioner Carlson, by the way, lives in the Morningside area, so she is a neighbor of Pringle Creek Community.Thank you Pringle Creek team, for transforming the master vision into a plat with saleable lots in a wonderful walkable neighborhood!Left to right, Commissioner Patti Milne, me, Commissioner Janet Carlson and Commissioner Sam Brentano.
Step It Up 2007: National Day of Climate ActionApril 14. The message is "Step it up, Congress. Cut Carbon 80% by 2050," there are events planned for Albany, Corvallis, Wilsonville, Lake Oswego, Portland--or stay home and call your representative.Coalition for a Livable Future 5th Annual Livability SummitApril 19, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., PSU's Smith Center BallroomThis starts with a talk by Denis Hayes. "National Coordinator of the first Earth Day, Hayes has been at the core of the modern environmental movement since its launch. Hayes has served in top positions with numerous prominent academic institutions, non-profits and government ...
March 31, 2007
Visitors will be able to see the community’s first model home, its porous streets that keep rainwater on the land and out of storm sewers, its community orchard and its gardens.
In addition, as many as 100 students from the Salem-Keizer School District will be on hand to show off what they’ve learned this year by participating in the annual Adopt-A-Stream Program, sponsored by the city of Salem and the school district.
“We’re delighted to be holding our annual Spring Conference at Pringle Creek Community this year,” said Deborah Topp, who coordinates the Adopt-A
A-Stream Program for the city. ...