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Last fall we were approached by a woman who was interested in building a cottage in her son’s back yard in St. Petersburg. We looked through the local zoning regulations and found that the property allowed for Accessory Living Units (ALUs), but not Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). The difference between the two in St. Petersburg zoning was that […]Continue reading
Where it all began In 1978 Jon Carroll (owner) tree planted with the largest worker owned co-op in the United States – Hoedads Reforestation Cooperative. With his family, including his 3 year old son Jen Carroll (owner), Jon spent half the year in the Northwest forests, working and living. They began with pitching a tent, […]Continue reading
We thought you might like to see this tiny house which will be in our book titled, Building Small, published by Popular Woodworking Books, and will be in the bookstores this July. One of the projects is a tiny house which we call the Sugar Cube House which could be built with the minimum amount […]Continue reading