The vision of a tiny home village nestled in a rural forest is a bucolic dream that many yearn to be reality.
Hear from Laytonville Ecovillage founder, Dan Antonioli, about the opportunity now available to create your own green community on his property in Mendocino County.
Special guest and tiny home designer Jay Shafer of Four Lights will share his thoughts on creating a tiny home village.
Attorney & Bodega Bay Rural Cohousing organizer Robin Rudderow will outline the current and proposed zoning issues that are involved.
Cohousing Coach Raines Cohen will be present to add links to current and potential communities.
282 S High St
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