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.
In this episode you’ll meet the people who build the tiny houses at Bear Creek and the people they meet while spreading the word of tiny houses and the importance of the trades that build those houses.
There’s nothing tiny about the lives and stories that surround the people who have found have discovered the appeal of tiny houses. Bill Rockhill of Bear Creek Tiny Houses and his family share their stories and the stories of those whose lives they intersect. The houses may be tiny, but the stories are big.
The class of students interested in building tiny houses continues exploring the Bear Creek Tiny Houses.
After visiting during the Fall, Harrisville CSD instructors Jade Atkinson and Ben Buell return to Bear Creek Tiny Houses to pick up a trailer bed for their STEAM class project tiny house and some pointers to start the project from Bill Rockhill.
As part of the school’s brand new STEAM program, Harrisville CSD students turn plans drawn up on their computers into a real world project-a tiny house.
The cameras for the tiny house documentary featuring Bill Rockhill of Bear Creek Carpentry capture the activities of the day. The documentary, made in association with Rick E. Lewis, chronicles the personal stories that accompany several Bear Creek Carpentry tiny house projects.