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 ...
Pringle Creek Community is a cutting edge sustainable community development in Salem, Oregon, an innovative community with a LOT of wonderful and interesting features. Below are a few aspects of our community development that you may not be aware of. Read on!
We have an edible landscape! Fruit trees and berries are abundant and available to our residents. Pringle Creek Community residents enjoy sharing the delicious fruit that grows in our shared green spaces. When the cherries, peaches, pears, apples or berries are ripe, we notify our residents so that they can harvest fresh fruit for eating, pie or jam ...
B Corporations work to be the Best For the world, not just In the world. Pringle Creek Community has worked to be the best for Salem and the world ever since the very beginning. We're so excited to be recognized for our work, and to set an example for Salem that working for people, planet and profit is best for everyone.
The Statesman Journal's recent article about our certification is a wonderful reinforcement that HOW a business accomplishes their mission can positively (or negatively) affect the greater community. A business that looks beyond profit toward the environment and social justice ...
What is 'sustainability,' really? Although it is a term that has gotten a lot of use, some would say over use, it is important to be clear about intention. Kerry Fox, Pringle Creek Community's Sustainability Outreach Coordinator, co-hosts a weekly morning segment on Salem's public radio station, KMUZ each Wednesday morning where Kerry features local and regional guests who join her to speak about ways the Salem community specifically, and Oregon in general, are addressing community sustainability. You can hear her segment between 8:00 - 9:00 on 100.7 FM, 88.5 FM, or streamed at www.KMUZ.org.
Have you heard the analogy ...
Do you have access to fresh, healthy food? Do you know where your food comes from? How was it grown? Who grew it? How far did it travel to get to your plate? Why does that matter?
February 6th, at Marion Polk Food Share's Local Food Summit, you have an opportunity to connect with many others to learn about the current state of the Mid-Willamette Valley's food system - and to get involved to make it even better.
'You are what you eat' really is true. Eating locally does impact your health and overall well-being. Eating food that is grown locally, ...