" TINY LIVING AT THE SONOMA FAIRGROUNDS
Each night, when the Sonoma County Fair closes at 11 p.m., everyone goes home.
Except Joel Fleck — his home is at the fair.
Fleck, a Sebastopol law student, is part of the tiny house movement, and he has brought his custom-built 150-square-foot house to the fairgrounds to demonstrate sustainable living. READ THE ARTICLE
See Our Weller at the Sonoma County Fair…"
Jay Shafer, of Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, is featured on the cover of Parade Magazine this week. This is the magazine you’ll find inside many Sunday newspapers and has an estimated readership of 70 million people. It’s always great news for the tiny house movement when one of us is featured so prominently in the main stream media.