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Learning by Doing: Help a 12-Year-Old Build a 'Tiny House' for a School Project

Liz Dwyer

Tiny house builders simplify their lives and find inner happiness rather than external, materialistic-driven happiness. A student at the HoneyFern School in Georgia hopes to learn by doing and build a tiny house as part of a school project. Through an indiegogo campaign she's trying to raise $1,500 for building materials.

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  • MohammadN

    I hope she will make it.

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    team GOOD, can we help get this girls project across the line? I just donated and she only needs 800 bucks more to get the cash to build this mini home.