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Could allotment gardening in Europe provide a model to end Homelessness in America?

One of my Tiny House Living readers, Wayne, passed this onto me. A Kleingarten, or allotment gardening is similar to the community gardens you might find across America but have some significant differences. The parcels typically range in size from 200 and 400 square meters each (2,100 to 4,300 square feet) and often include a […]

Tiny House Village Design Concept – part 3

\ In the first tiny house village post I proposed an idea of converting an existing mobile home park into a tiny house village. In part two I built on this idea by suggesting that any property zoned multi-family could be a potential place for tiny house village. In this post I’ll show you an […]

Tiny House Village Design Concept – part 2

In the first tiny house village post I proposed an idea of converting an existing mobile home park into a tiny house village. The idea is based on the assumption that many would probably welcome the redevelopment of distressed properties. I found an example while researching multi-family zoning information. Here is a quote from the […]

Tiny House Village Design Concept – part 1

In discussions online at the Small House Society Yahoo Group and Low Cost Community Housing Google Group the challenge of getting approval for tiny house building permits and community acceptance comes up often. It makes perfect sense because most communities across America have minimum house requirements that far exceed the size of a tiny house. […]