How to Build a Small Wood Frame House

Join Peter King, tiny house builder, at the 7th Annual Connecting for Change: A Bioneers by the Bay Conference, October 21-23, in downtown New Bedford, MA. This conference is one of the most inspiring gatherings that you will experience and if you want to join Peter visit http://www.connectingforchange.org to register or for more information.

The conference is a three-day, solutions based gathering that brings together a diverse audience to create deep and positive change in our communities.

Peter King’s workshop will be joined by dozens of other workshops and keynotes throughout the conference weekend. For more information on this year’s program please visit, http://www.marioninstitute.org/connecting-for-change/events, and here is more information on my presentation, http://www.marioninstitute.org/connecting-for-change/events/how-build-small-wood-frame-house.

In addition, here is a link, http://www.marioninstitute.org/videos/2010/2010-connecting-change, to VIEW A VIDEO of the 2010 Connecting for Change Conference

This conference can change the way you see the world and the experience can help you change the world! REGISTER here, http://www.marioninstitute.org/connecting-for-change/register, for the 2011 Connecting for Change Conference.

3 Comments How to Build a Small Wood Frame House

  1. Neil

    Sounds like an interesting conference! I just got back from Peter’s September tiny house building workshop in Fletcher, and it was a lot of fun. 9 of us built most of a 10×10′ house, and got hands-on experience with basic framing and construction fundamentals. Although one weekend wasn’t quite enough time to finish everything, I think we all gained confidence in our own abilities to build a small dwelling.

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  2. Bonnie

    How cool to build a teeny stick house like that to get an idea of what goes where and why! When I was a little girl my parents (inveterate house hunters) used to take us around developing subdivisions and I got to see houses in all stages of construction, which was interesting. I never thought I would want to build a house myself, though, or I would have taken notes!

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