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In November of 2018, the most destructive, deadly fire in Californian history swept through Butte County. It hit the hardest in the towns of Paradise, Concow, and Magalia. As a result, almost 12,000 homes were destroyed. In May, an estimated 1,000 plus families still haven’t been able to secure even temporary housing. Now a group […]Continue reading
Colorado is one of the top states for tiny house activity, from a booming industry to a quickly growing number of placement options. It is home to over ten tiny home communities, both RV/THOW parks and planned unit developments. Like the much-anticipated Escalante Village in Durango, scheduled to open at the end of the summer. […]Continue reading
Lee Pera is an illustrious tiny house community builder and geographer based in Washington DC. Seven years ago, she kickstarted the build of her charming tiny house on wheels, in part, as a creative outlet to bring people together while exploring the meaning of home. The outcome: Boneyard Studios, the first of its’ kind urban […]Continue reading
See Tiny Houses on the National Mall, 6/1-6/5! National Association of Home Builders and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development are co-hosting the inaugural Innovative Housing Showcase. Importantly, tiny houses are represented! It’s a free 5-day event featuring new building technologies and housing solutions. The focus is on making housing more affordable for […]Continue reading
Are you curious about tiny living? Or are you a fired-up enthusiast? Either way, you should definitely attend one or more of the upcoming tiny home festivals, happening now through mid-June. From the southeast to the northwest, there are several events planned this Spring that showcase the many modalities of tiny living, from van life, […]Continue reading