Midwest Tiny House Symposium & Expo, 25 April 2015, Decorah, Iowa

The Big Tiny House Event

Tiny Houses in the Midwest:
how they fit into peoples lives,
communities and futures 

Date: Saturday, 25 April 2015
Time: 10am-12:30pm


Click here for some photos from the event.

Video Presentation

Click here for a re-recording of the presentation by Greg Johnson.


Jonathan Williams
(319) 330-4053


Environmental Science & Biology [Map]
Valders 206
700 College Drive
Decorah, IA 52101


Join the Growing Community of “Going Tiny”

  • On Saturday, April 25th, the Center for Sustainable Communities at Luther College is hosting local tiny house owners and enthusiasts who will present their stories, motivations, and knowledge of the go-tiny movement, followed by an informal table Expo giving participants an opportunity to ask questions.
  • Hundreds of people have downsized to homes of 50-400 sq. ft. which are more environmentally sensitive and efficient, enable money savings, and maximize time and energy available for friends, family, and their community.


  • Grant & Anna Olson – Grant has personal experience in tiny home building and living, and the pair has a designed a tiny home with construction starting in early April.
  • Greg Johnson – Founded the online resource, Small House Society, with Jay Shafer in 2002. He also lived in a tiny home from 2003-2009, and continues to be an advocate.
  • Kim & Ryan Kasl – Live in a 207 sq. ft. home with their two children, and were featured in a FYI’s Tiny House Nation Episode.

Event Poster

Below is the event poster as a JPG image file. Click the image for a larger view. Or, click here for a downloadable PDF version.


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