I was just reading an article in the on-line newsletter EcoWatch and came across an article about a young woman in New York City who's only accumulated a mason jar's worth of waste in two years while living a zero-waste lifestyle! Right on!
At Pringle Creek Community, we've been living and modeling 'zero-waste' since 2010. Nice to see that the idea is gaining momentum!
Built by youth at the Oregon Youth Authority and painted and decorated by our local Daisies Troop, our Little Free Library is finished and installed by our mailboxes at Painters Hall! The Pringle Creek neighbors planned it and Paco put it in place. Thanks to all for such a great team effort!
Books go in tomorrow!
Right now, Pringle Creek Community, the Pacific Northwest's premier sustainable community, is offering selected lots at a deeply discounted rate for a limited time. Our lots are all build-ready and come with our many, wonderful amenities such as 12 acres of shared, open space, an edible landscape (blueberries, orchards), a community hall, and guest cottage. This offer ends April 30th.
Visit us! We'd love to meet you.
Join Straub Environmental Center at Louk's Auditorium at the Salem public library February 18th for a discussion with Professor David Tyler from OSU. Dr Tyler will reveal how what we think makes an impact on our environment isn't necessarily so.
Life Cycle Assessments and the Relative Sustainability of Everyday Products is certain to get your wheels turning!
Salsa is Back by Popular Demand!
Friday, February 13th, come and learn how to dance, dance, dance! Learn some new moves just in time to go out and top off your Valentine's night with some suave salsa dancing.
Paco, a very talented, experienced dance teacher, will teach you how to shake and move.
Come with a friend or by yourself - and meet new friends!
Salsa starts at 6:00 and finishes at 8:00. Class is only $5!
Please let us know you're coming.
Call or email to reserve a space!
503-315-1055 or email@example.com
3911 Village Center Dr SE, Salem