• Megan Woolhouse

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    Megan Woolhouse

    Megan Woolhouse worked as a reporter at the Boston Globe for more than a decade, in addition to newspapers in Louisville, Ky., and Baton Rouge, La. A graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and Clark University in Worcester, she lives in Boston and enjoys baking, reading, and taekwondo sparring with her seven-year-old daughter. Profile

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There are 3 comments on The Tiny Home Evangelist

  1. To have a roof over our head and not be burdened with astronomical rental fees – is a blessing. May this village thrive, may the folks who live find happiness in their new found homes. Here’s to non-profit organizations like Cass who are thinking and innovating ways to help with the housing issues that abound. May God bless you all.

  2. This is great idea. All over America need to do more tiny houses like this. Any way that the author can let me know how the City of Detroit charge for permit cost on each house? That is a very important key that can control the cost of building these house.

  3. I love this idea and I’d love to see these tiny-home communities opened to every socio-economic group, in addition to those who may have been homeless or will be in the future. We are all struggling paying half of our income to rent. I’d love to start a community like this is my town to help people. I’d live in a tiny home in a heartbeat as I spend my summers in a 16-foot Coleman trailer and love it!

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