Tiny House Atlanta seeks ambassadors to help promote micro-living

If you’ve been walking on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail down at Irwin Street, you might have noticed the tiny house parked there.

The temporary installation by Tiny House Atlanta and MicroLife Institute, a nonprofit that promotes micro-living, has been set up as the “Tiny Office” for the next six months to share information about the tiny house movement.

Volunteers are needed to help staff the Tiny Office on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those interested in becoming ambassadors can attend a one-hour training session. The first training session is July 7.  Sign up to be an ambassador at this link.

Also mark your calendars for Sept. 29-30, which are dates for the annual Decatur Tiny House Festival.

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