In our initial phase we would like to invite passionate talented “we” people to join our open discussion in “Imagineering‘ our campus and the educational and vocational opportunities it will present – stepping up where your skills and interests can enable us to complete a comprehensive package for submission to the City of Birmingham for their blessing and support. Click Here to see the initial presentation to the city planning department introducing our concept – to which they were very supportive and encouraging. A brief video bibliography of inspirational material is attached – demonstrating the areas where we feel our efforts will contribute to a sustainable future as a result of redefining our priorities.
For our “formerly homeless” participants we believe that access to food, clothing, and shelter, are essential to survival, and that various service providers address these […]
The target site consists of a large central building with a gym and music room adjacent on 18 acres of land. Four large classrooms extend down both sides of the main building – the central core divided into a library, an auditorium/cafeteria, and a commercial kitchen space.
Our mission is to create a best practices research center addressing housing and food accessibility in urban communities by incorporating tiny homes and sustainable farming techniques.