The goats are coming, the goats are coming! Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17th, Yoder Goat rental is bringing about 30 goats to Pringle Creek Community to help control the invasive weeds along our stretch of Pringle Creek. They'll stay with us until their job is finished - likely through Friday or Saturday this week, March 20th or 21st. The Yoder's will put a few goats in a separate pen sometime during their stay, either Thursday or Friday, to allow children to get up close to the goats - to allow the kids to meet the kids!
The Statesman Journal article ...
To live in a home that is thoughtfully designed and in tune with its surroundings is an ideal. Who isn't keenly interested in living comfortably and efficiently, in an energy efficient, comfortable, pleasant home? At Pringle Creek Community, the house designs accentuate place, light, orientation, and incorporate the passive movement of air making homes here very comfortable, energy efficient, and a pleasant place to live.
The plans created for homes at Pringle Creek Community were designed by architects at Opsis Architecture in Portland, Oregon. The Opsis team assessed the entire property, from the topography, to local natural resources, to sun angles and local ...
Finishes and Features - an open house event highlighting our newly constructed, energy efficient, 'Net Zero' home will be Saturday, March 28 from 1-4pm.
The house is located at 1884 John Muir Circle SE in Salem, OR. The open house is part of the builder’s “Building Better Buildings” event series where the public is invited to tour a recently completed custom high performance home. Wine and appetizers will be served, and visitors are encouraged to ask the builder questions about high performance building practices and technologies.
“Visitors can get a firsthand look at the choices and conveniences found in a high performance ...
The baby chickens are growing and thriving and our Tiny Library is filled with really good reading! The glasshouse gardens are booming with the recent warm, sunny weather. Pringle Creek Community really is a satisfying, fulfilling place to be. Visitors love to come out to take advantage of the walking trails, relax at the community center, and visit the gardens. Residents enjoy the restful, peaceful environment knowing that underlying all of the amazing energy efficient, eco-conscious infrastructure (permeably paved streets, geothermal heating and cooling, solar energy) is a deep respect for the surrounding natural environment and for ...
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!