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Pringle Creek & Salmon Safe Event

This is a great event and will include a presentation by James Meyer, partner at Opsis Architecture, and Master Planner of Pringle Creek Community. It's an excellent opportunity to learn about sustainable design and the pressing need to reduce our impact on our watersheds.Please join us at Salmon in the City, a free public event highlighting recent innovations in ecologically sustainable design as well as the latest research on urban stormwater runoff and the fate of salmon.UO Portland Center -- White Stag Building70 NW Couch Street, PortlandWednesday, October 27, 2010Presentations from 4:30–6:00pmWine Tasting with Willamette Valley Vineyards 6:00–7:00pmPresented by:Salmon-Safe, ... Read more

Bradbury lecture kicks off Climate Masters training at Painters Hall on 10/12

Friends of Straub Environmental Learning Center is holding a Climate Masters Training Program at 6 p.m. on Tuesday Oct. 12 at Painters Hall. At 7 p.m. former Secretary of State Bill Bradbury will give a talk. He has spoken about climate change hundreds of times in the past few years.Bradbury’s talk is free and open to the public. No RSVP required for the talk, but space is limited and individuals will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.Climate Masters is a 10-week training program developed by the Climate Leadership Initiative at Univ. of Oregon. It was modeled ... Read more

Opsis Architecture Picnics at Pringle Creek

Opsis Architecture has led the Masterplanning and Design of Pringle Creek Community since day one. Co-founded by Salem native James Meyer, Opsis is responsible for the thoughtful layout of our green streets and open spaces, for the preservation of so many wonderful mature trees, and for the beautiful restoration of the Painters Hall. Opsis has set the bar high for sustainable construction and sophisticated design with seven different housing types, including the Tall Houses and Cottages.On a recent Saturday, the folks at Opsis enjoyed an afternoon of food, games, conversation and family. As you can see from the photos, ... Read more

Statesman Journal reports on Pringle Creek Conservatory

The recent article, "Pringle Creek greenhouses get a facelift: Historical structures produce food and unite community, is all about Pringle Creek's two 1930s-era greenhouses being back in operation. The Statesman Journal reporter, Rachel Bucci, came out and talked with James Santana. He is quoted throughout the article. One of the highlights of the article: an announcement that the Painters Hall Café is open! "For now Painters Hall Café, open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday, offers brewed and French press coffee (a Craigslist procured espresso maker is getting a tune-up), tea and Wild Pear box lunches if you ... Read more

New book by Patrick Condon

Patrick Condon's new book is called Seven Rules for Sustainable Communities: Design Strategies for the Post Carbon World. Patrick sent an email to other Pringle Creek Team members upon its publication and had this to say:My new book is out. In it I try to simplify the complex, and boil down the work that we have all been doing into a set of simple to understand "rules". These rules are nested, meaning they represent a systems approach to sustainable cities where all things are considered together in their economic, social, and ecological relationships. There are a few things that ... Read more
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