Learn about Pocket Neighborhoods with Ross Chapin, architect, designer, teacher, and leader in sustainable developments. In this episode, you will learn the inspiration behind the pocket neighborhoods. Ross educates us on why the concept spread around the world, and how it can bring communities together. Listen to his inspirational talk on natural living and natural building. This podcast moved me like nothing else has. He has inspired me, and I think he will inspire you as well. To learn more about Ross, you can visit his website at https://rosschapin.com/. To learn more about pocket neighborhoods you can visit https://pocket-neighborhoods.net/. You can buy his book here.
In this episode, we talk to Jenny Kassan, author of “Raise capital on your own terms, how to fund your business without selling your soul.” She covers a step-by-step process to help small business owners with a mission raise capital. She is a lawyer, business owner, and capital raiser herself. You don’t want to miss this episode. So much great information for all of us to learn from. For more visit: http://www.jennykassan.com
In this episode, we talk to Jenny Kassan, author of “Raise capital on your own terms, how to fund your business without selling your soul.” She covers a step-by-step process to help small business owners with a mission raise capital. She is a lawyer, business owner, and capital raiser herself. You don’t want to miss this episode. So much great information for all of us to learn from.
In this episode, we talk with Neal Collin co-founder with his wife Alissa, of Latitude a Regenerative Real Estate Company. The development work of Latitude centers around the concept of “Resilient homes”. The company invests in local projects in the Pacific Northwest ranging from renovations to new development. Their projects have goals of of creating healthy environments that are net zero energy, community-oriented, and ecologically landscaped. To learn more visit their website at https://chooselatitude.com.
In this episode, we interview Ray Clamons with Natural Building Works, a design and build company. Ray is an architect and has been doing Natural Building ever since he was in school. He specializes in rammed earth building and natural plasters. His buildings are beautiful and sustainably built. We talk about how he got started, how he works with clients and the benefits of Natural building. To learn more visit his website at http://www.naturalbuildingworks.com/
In this episode, we speak with JP Veillet with NW Sustainable Properties. JP has been developing properties since 2008. His projects range in size and scope, but they all have one thing in common, they are damn fine buildings. They have completed several award-winning projects that support food, sustainability, and cultural scenes, including Pine Street Market, ecoFLATS, the Bridgetown, AltSource, Sunshine Apartments, Dean River, and Montgomery Park, in Portland OR. In this podcast, we talk about how he got started, some of the obstacles to watch out for, and how people can start their own development company.
In this show we talk to Dr. Sean Dixon and Megan Blythe with Simply Tiny Development Co. A company changing the way we think real estate developments should be built. In this episode we talk about tiny homes, custom van homes, and how Simply Tiny Development came about. You will learn a lot about starting your own development company, how his company got funded, and Sean’s shares a wealth of knowledge on business and real estate. A lot of great information. You can vist their website at: https://www.simplytinydevelopment.com/. for more information.