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Tiny homes nonprofit overcomes big hurdles as Vancouver project nears completion

By Yaneli Jimenez, Columbian staff writer
Published: August 18, 2021, 6:07am
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Fruit Valley Terrace is a tiny homes community organized by the local housing nonprofit Community Roots Collaborative to help alleviate homelessness.
Fruit Valley Terrace is a tiny homes community organized by the local housing nonprofit Community Roots Collaborative to help alleviate homelessness. (Steve Dipaola for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Community Roots Collaborative had to overcome large obstacles as it worked to build a tiny homes community in Fruit Valley to alleviate homelessness, but the project is nearly complete.

The project — similar to the city of Vancouver’s plan to create formal, supported campsites for people experiencing homelessness — has been in the works for a while.

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