Tiny homes, big dreams: Bozeman group aims to house homeless
|February 21, 2017||View for printing|
Last semester an architecture class at Montana State University built model size tiny homes to show the community an affordable way to house the homeless.
Connie Pearson-Campbell, a deacon at the St. James Episcopal Church, explains the need Bozeman has for a homeless shelter. Campbell, HRDC, and architecture students from Montana State University all have partnered together to design safe and sustainable models to help the homeless reintegrate back into the community.
"For me, one thing was seeing and knowing that six homeless people died in Bozeman last year," said Campbell.
By Morgan McKay - MTN News
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