Tiny House Made of Reclaimed Materials Highlights BBR Annual Meeting

Some people think big when it comes to reuse, and others think small. On Monday, April 23, a duo that constructed a tiny house using all reclaimed materials will bring their creation to the annual meeting of Boston Building Resources.

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Alex Eaves and Derek Diedricksen transformed a 16-foot box truck into a 98-square-foot tiny home and mobile reuse education center using all secondhand materials. They will bring the truck to BBR's parking lot at 100 Terrace Street on April 23, the day after Earth Day, for attendees to view and to learn how they did it. The truck will serve as an inspiration to customers and community members of how secondhand building materials from the Reuse Center at Boston Building Resources can be used to repair and maintain their homes .

The event starts at 5:00 p.m. and goes until 8:00 p.m. In addition to the tiny house truck, Boston Building Resources will present an overview of the past year and elect the board of directors. The event is open to the public, but only BBR members may vote.

RSVPs are requested for the event at bbr-annual.eventbrite.com.