- To maximize energy performance
- To promote innovative construction methods and green technologies
- To support the use of local, recycled and renewable materials
- To eliminate toxic chemicals in order to improve the air quality of the outdoor and indoor environments
- To showcase regional and sustainable architecture
- To celebrate and support the local community
Our definition of profit includes supporting Oregon communities and we do just that. Around Oregon you will find donated Mahonia wines at fundraisers, rescued native white oaks in parks, schools and historic sites, and our staff members on boards and commissions. A short list of organizations that we support financially includes: SOLVE, Willamette Partnership, Oregon Sustainability Board, Outdoor Schools, NW Wine Studies Center, schools from early childhood to graduate levels, SEDCOR, Sustainable NW, Audubon Society, Oregon Environmental Council, Freshwater Trust, The Wetlands Conservancy, Caldera, Beyond Toxics, OPB, Stanford research, Undergrowth Print Education Fund, UW Foundation/College of Environment, Wallowa Resources, and Wild Salmon Center.
“Our definition of profit includes community and
Our single-family and multi-family communities are designed to celebrate natural settings, unique designs and quality craftsmanship.