Open Houses for the Net Zero Home
Saturday, July 16: 12 - 3:00pm
Saturday, July 23: 12 - 3:00pm
Wednesday, July 27: 5 - 8:00pm
We are excited to announce a reduced price and limited time offer of $3,000 credit at closing for the Net Zero Home. This 4 bedroom and 2 1/2 bath home is comfortable and spacious. When you walk in the door, the first-floor open plan flows from one room to the next. Imagine yourself getting ready for your friends or family to come over, and while you're preparing veggies that are fresh from Pringle Creek Community's urban farm, you ...
At Pringle Creek Community we love innovative ways to live sustainably. There is no easier way to reduce your footprint than by simply living tiny. The article below showcases how Tiny homes can become a beautiful reality.
STACEY MATTISH | March 29, 2016
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5 awesome places where you can start your tiny living today
BY STACEY MATTISH
Tiny houses are springing up across America. Television shows are being devoted to the topic of living tiny and the benefits of living tiny. People blog about the subject, and magazines are being published that center solely around tiny houses. ...
Everyday is Earth Day at Pringle Creek Community,
Earth Day celebrations first took place in 1970, by two thousand colleges and universities, roughly ten thousand primary and secondary schools, and hundreds of communities across the United States. It is now observed in 192 countries, and coordinated by the nonprofit Earth Day Network, with the hope to make Earth Day into a day of action to change human behaviour and provoke policy changes.
We at Pringle Creek take action everyday to live in harmony with our natural environment, by providing award winning green homes, monitoring and tracking our energy usage, using our own local produce ...
Ever heard of Nature Deficit Disorder? If you spend all of your time in an urban setting, rarely getting into the woods or an oak savannah for a walk or hike, and experience regular bouts of anxiety or depression, than you may be experiencing it. Nature Deficit Disorder is a condition that more and more people appreciate and more and more scientists are recognizing as a serious result of our increasingly urbanized societies - especially concerning is the well-being of children.
Science is currently giving greater attention to the ramifications of our increasingly technological world on our personal well-being. ...
Residents and chickens had a bit of fun this past Saturday celebrating the Easter holiday. A number of children and their families came out and had a lot of fun with a holiday Easter egg hunt throughout the property. There was also an opportunity for photos. Colleen Owen, our Urban Farmer and gardening guru, Jonathan Schachter, our Director of Development, and one of our chickens took advantage of the photographic event and sat in for pictures. Colleen used her chicken harness and leash to share the festivities with one of our chickens. Despite the partly rainy weather, a good time ...