We had a great time and a lot of success meeting and greeting people this past Saturday at the Earth 411 event at Riverfront Park, an early Earth Day event put on by the City of Salem and Straub Environmental Center. Kerry helped plan the event and acted as main stage coordinator while Sue Wilson, Kristen Duus, Lisa & Jonathan Schachter, and Jane Poznar all helped staff our Pringle Creek Community and Sustainable Living Center table. We gave away over 200 plant starts, 100 cards with flower seeds, brochures and Walking Tours. We made a lot of new relationships, ...
Finally - some pictures of the interior of our new Net Zero home! We've staged it to help give people an idea of how one might live in this gorgeous house. It feels very comfortable, roomy, warm, and welcoming the minute you walk in the front door.
The first floor master bedroom is especially cozy and located strategically to offer maximum privacy while also near the beautiful kitchen & dining area. There's tons of natural light that pours into each room, underscoring the subtle but very real energy efficiency of the entire house. All of this could be yours!
This LEED ...
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Our Net Zero house is finished and ready for new residents!
This Saturday the builders, Winsome Construction, will welcome visitors to tour and hear all about the finishes and features that make the house unique. It is a 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath house. The master bedroom is on the main floor with back patio access & view. The kitchen and living room are open and bathed in plenty of natural light. The house is a 'smart' house with the capacity to connect to digital devices that allow you to monitor your home from afar.
Appetizers and wine will complement the ...
March 25, 2015 | Laura Fosmire
Pringle Creek's latest LEED-certified home is on the market and nearly move-in ready.
The Statesman Journal previously reported on the house, the first new construction in the Pringle Creek community since 2012, while it was still under construction in January.
Now, the skeleton construction has been fleshed out with bamboo floors, recycled carpet, nickel finishes and energy-efficient appliances. The builders are ready to welcome the public inside to tour the place and attract the attention of any potential buyers.
"It's still on the market, but now it's like, OK, we're ready to sell," said Shan Stassens, ...