Missouri Tiny Home News
NEMO organization provides tiny homes for homeless Sept. 19th, 2019
Anabel, MO — A northeast Missouri organization is partnering with area churches to build tiny homes for homeless people.
Curtis White and his wife, Hany, of Anabel, Missouri, founded Tiny House Ministries about two-and-a-half years ago.
The tiny home is on wheels and comes with a bed, a small kitchen, a microwave, an apartment-sized refrigerator, a toilet, a small shower and a loft for storage or to use as sleeping space.
If your church or organization is interested in partnering with tiny house ministries to receive a tiny house, you can send an email to email@example.com or find them on Facebook and Instagram.
You may also call Curtis White at (660) 346-9335 or go to his Facebook Page.
Springfield City Council Committee Considers Tiny House Rules July 26th, 2019
The Springfield City Council Plans and Policies committee met Thursday to discuss changes that would need to be made to city ordinances to deal with tiny homes and Park models versus Recreational Vehicles.
The city currently does not have definitions in city code for many types of housing that are possible for the community, including Tiny House, Tiny House on Wheels, Tiny House Community, Park Model structure, and Recreational Vehicle.
Eden Village founder speaks about lawsuit against City of Springfield July 22nd, 2019
According to court documents, the Gathering Tree and Eden Village are bringing the action under the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Dr. David Brown told reporters that although they won’t be developing on the property at 3303 W. Division St. just yet, he hopes to announce in the coming weeks a different location for a second Eden Village.
Eden Village files federal ADA lawsuit against City of Springfield July 19th, 2019
Democratic presidential candidate Buttigieg talks veterans, Trump comments in KC July 17th, 2019
On Wednesday, the former Army intelligence officer visited the tiny house village project ran by Veterans Community Project.
Jason Kander joins group behind KC’s tiny house village for veterans July 15th, 2019
A local hero is stepping back into the spotlight, joining an organization to make sure no veteran comes home to live on the streets.
Greenville FFA’s big hearts build tiny houses for veterans July 1st, 2019
Now it was up to the students to build the tiny house. The house included floor to ceiling tongue and grove finished grade pin, metal roof, insulation, house wrap, linoleum floor, and bunk beds.
The Veterans Community Project May 9, 2019
The Veterans Community Project will be expanding its tiny homes for homeless veterans. There will also be a community center for health and dental exams.
Students Build Tiny Houses to Bring Geometry Lessons to Life April 30th, 2019
The school is one of a handful across the country where students are building tiny houses in math or career-and-technical-education courses. The experience, educators say, not only teaches practical trade skills but also math, economics, and problem-solving.
Tiny houses draw scrutiny again January 24th, 2019
Tiny home, big trend September 24th, 2018
Tiny homes are becoming more and more popular for several reasons.
They’re less expensive. They take up less space, which usually leads to fewer possessions. They allow for minimalist living. They often have wheels, so you can travel or easily move.