Jimmy Hirst is an experienced tiny houser from the Sunshine Coast of Queensland who runs the organisation, Polkadot, supporting sustainable and community-based living.
Jimmy is a passionate, self-professed social entrepreneur and social engineer actively working in advocating for and helping transition the mainstream population to that of more sustainable & socially connective communities (also referred to as “Eco Villages”) to help improve quality of life for all people as well as helping reduce impact on the planet so that it may be enjoyed 4 generations to come.
In this conversation we talk about:
Jimmy’s story of tiny house living and some reasons for going tiny
Intentional eco-communities and his thoughts on creating guiding principles, framework and guidance for living in community
How Jimmy found a parking space for his tiny home
The mutually beneficial relationship with your landowner
All about what Jimmy is creating with Polkadot
You can follow Jimmy’s tiny adventures here:
Tiny App: https://www.polkadot.org.au/tinyapp
LivingFree Tiny House: https://www.polkadot.org.au/livingfreetinyhouse
Tiny Living Tour: https://www.polkadot.org.au/polkadottinyhousetour
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