Pringle Creek Community's Urban Farmer and Beekeeper, Colleen, harvested our first honey this fall. Our busy bees foraged all summer around our lovely, organically managed orchards, berry patches and community gardens. Bill the Bee Guy helped Colleen and her helpers, Kerry, Mona and Crystal, work the bees, answered their questions and walked them through their first year of beekeeping. Come harvest time, Bill's assistance ... and equipment ... were invaluable.
The honey has a delicate but complex flavor that is unlike any other honey I've tasted.
We have half pound jars available for sale in Painters Hall Cafe for $7 each.
We're starting our Dinner Series for 2015 on Valentine's Day!
Make a reservation and join us for a delicious, romantic evening.
NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL!
We started Pringle Creek Community differently than most developments. We asked ourselves one simple yet crucial question. What do people need to create an unparalleled living experience?
Our answer to this question was simple: Community, Nature and Innovation.
These three principles helped us build a beautiful place centered on healthy families, a place to exercise, work and play with others and a space to be peaceful and quiet. Most importantly a place to feel safe, connected and complete. Thus Pringle Creek Community was born.
Inspired by nature, community and packed with innovation, Pringle Creek Community offers an unparalleled living ...
Our Net Zero home is ready for siding! Our contractor, Winsome Construction, is making great progress on this lovely family home that will be powered by the sun. Statesman-Journal (Biz section, page B1 on January 8, 2015) had a nice write up about Winsome and green, sustainable building practices.
Inside, drywall is up and taped. Texture and paint are next and cabinets are next week. This home is packed with innovative, energy saving materials and finishes, and best of all, will have lots of solar panels on the main roof and porch. Our target is to produce as much energy ...
We had quite a turnout for Winsome’s Building Better Buildings event on Friday, Dec 19th. An enthusiastic crowd arrived to tour a recently framed high performance home on track for LEED certification in Salem’s Pringle Creek Community development. Winsome Partner Wendy Stassens and Site Superintendant Aaron Kumnick, along with Jane Poznar and Kerry Fox from Pringle Creek, answered questions from visitors all evening about high performance building practices and technologies, and the benefits of living in the Pringle Creek Community development.
If you weren’t able to attend the event but would still like to see the home or visit Pringle Creek, contact us and ...