Tiny House Movement Interview and Story with Joel Fleck on September 19, 2014
Right now I’d like to share with you a Tiny House Movement interview with Joel Fleck with Stephanie Martin Taylor for KQED News (NPR/PBS).
The story covers how Joel Fleck, a Sonoma County local living on his parents property in a tiny home on wheels that he built himself, is living simply while finishing his law degree.
The audio interview you can listen to below covers an upcoming tiny house community being designed by Jay Shafer, of Four Lights Tiny Houses, and how this Sonoma locals is living tiny already.
Tiny House Movement Interview with Joel Fleck and Jay Shafer
Image © Faircompanies/YouTube – featured in this story on Tiny House Talk
I encourage you to listen to the 4:53 minute audio interview and story below:
AUDIO: Tiny House Movement Interview and Coverage
Read the complete original story here: http://blogs.kqed.org/newsfix/2014/09/16/sonoma-county-trend-tiny-houses-on-wheels/
Related: Law Student Designs and Builds Tiny Home for $25k
Our big thanks to Dany Carol for sharing this story on the Tiny House Movement in Sonoma County with us!
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