Volume 27
Issue 1
Fall '19

Food, Shelter, Hope: Examining the Possibilities of Agricultural Tiny Home Communities for the Homeless

Written By: Caitlyn Greene

Abstract

This Article discusses the unique but often concurrent issues of homelessness and food insecurity in America and considers how agricultural tiny home communities could be developed to address these problems. Examples of existing tiny home communities across the country, the myriad benefits agricultural tiny home communities would generate, and likely challenges to implementation are considered. Finally, this Article analyzes the legal hurdles involved in developing agricultural tiny home communities and the role of lawyers in removing development barriers.

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