A group of local teens in Seattle are developing an eco-village called The Impossible City to benefit the local homeless people in the area.
They’ve even put together an Indiegogo fundraising campaign that has so far raised a total of $27,744 as I write this.
With the campaign scheduled to close on April 26, 2015, they’re just a few thousand dollars short of their goal to raise $32,205. And it looks like they’re going to make it!
This project is backed by Sawhorse Revolution which is a non-profit carpentry program for high school students in Seattle. So far they’ve designed a green house, micro home, solar hubs, communal kitchens, composting outhouses, and more for the village (all of which you can see sketches of below). Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you.
Teens Developing Eco-Village for Seattle’s Homeless
Images © Alec Gardner