The Sustainable Living Center (SLC) is gearing up for the Foraging Fair that’s happening on September 30th, from 1 – 4:00pm, at Painters Hall. Brilliant organizations like the Arctos School and Straub Environmental Center will be joining along with other organizations that also champion sustainability, so stay tuned. The SLC is a non-profit that operates out of Pringle Creek Community with the mission to educate, activate, and demonstrate. More on this wonderful event below:
“Join us at Pringle Creek Community for an afternoon of food, family, fun and…foraging! Discover edible plants available locally with an expert foraging guide, taste what you can find foraging in the Willamette Valley, and connect with organizations interested in sustainable practices. We’ll have information on food preservation, art activities for the kids, and more. Come and enjoy all the fun!” – SLC
If you want to be kept in the loop with the event and show your support, then please go to the SLC’s Facebook Foraging Fair event page!
Learn more about the SLC on their website:
“The Sustainable Living Center at Pringle Creek Community is part of a living model of community, nature and innovation.
The Sustainable Living Center (SLC) at Pringle Creek Community is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization established in 2007. SLC is a completely volunteer-run organization that offers educational and social events to facilitate community interaction and provide tools to empower people to lead more informed and more sustainable lives.
The Sustainable Living Center at Pringle Creek Community provides a unique living laboratory that educates and encourages sustainable practices in daily life. Through community partnerships, we deliver hands-on programs that demonstrate sustainability in action and inspire environmental excellence.”