[This is a repost of a post from Tammy Strobel’s Rowdy Kittens blog.]
by Tammy Strobel, October 12, 2015
“During 2011, our tiny house was designed and built by Portland Alternative Dwellings. Being part of the design and building process was fun and exciting, but it was also nerve-racking because we didn’t know where we were going to park our tiny house once it was finished. Thanks to our friend connections, we were able to rent a small yard in Portland, OR before we moved into the house. Knowing we had a place to park the house made everything a lot less stressful.
we received an email from a group calling themselves ‘The Collaborative Tiny House Project.’ They are creating video curriculum instructing how to build a tiny house that will be used in high schools and trade schools as well as distributed for general public use.
The Collaborative Tiny House Project has a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to create curriculum for schools wanting to teach how to build tiny houses.
check out their Kickstarter campaign here.
and the Tiny House Giveaway on their Facebook page here.
seems like building a tiny house would be an awesome project for students – hands-on, practical, useable information. I hope they can make it work.