One Home, Many Goals
Big Whale Tiny House is a little remote accommodation for a specific project by wildlife explorers Katy Gavrilchuk and David Gaspard. Yes, as the name itself suggests, the tiny lodge was built to provide shelter to the two while they go about exploring whales. While it serves this purpose swimmingly (teehee), the tiny cabin was built to motivate people that tiny houses are indeed possible in a limited budget. Take a look at these photos and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
Katy Gavrilchuk and David Gaspard are wildlife biologists embarking on a research expedition to study whale and dolphin species of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Beginning in June 2016, the biologists will use an environmentally sound tiny home to travel to various locations throughout the coast of Eastern Canada. This tiny home will serve as their mobile research base for the four-month whale expedition. By using a tiny home as their mobile research base, Katy and David hope to accomplish several goals. First, they want to raise awareness of the consequences of global consumption while reducing their own carbon footprint. In addition, they aim to build something that can lead by example and show others what can be accomplished with a small budget and a strong motivation.
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