The Oneida High School Tiny House Project moves forward. As the framing of the tiny house goes up, the carpentry and civil engineering students work together as a team and apply the lessons from the classroom to a real world project. Meanwhile, the video students continue to document the process.
Utica College students and instructors in the fields of physical therapy. occupational therapy and construction management stopped by Bear Creek Tiny Houses to see how tiny houses could be fit in their fields of study.
Bill Rockhill spends time with a class of students interested in building tiny houses.
Bill took a trip to Pennsylvania and Westminster College in New Wilmington. The college is launching a tiny house project and has asked Bill to speak to the community and help with the build. Here is the first segment of a three part video that features the students and faculty working with Bill.
Building tiny houses is only a part of the responsibilities of being a family business. In this remote part of the Adirondacks, being active in the community fire department, EMS and government is important. Several departments in the area need to work together to help protect the remote community. Here, local fire departments practice ice rescue skills on frozen Otter Lake in New York.