Spreading Tiny House Awareness in the Centennial State
The Colorado Tiny House festival was born from the need to maintain tiny house education/awareness to tiny house enthusiasts across Colorado, as well as provide a platform for builders across the state and region to showcase their work. Following the National Tiny House and Simple Living Jamboree’s decision to move their event from Colorado Springs to Arlington, TX, it was clear that someone needed to step up to the plate and maintain the tradition of tiny house excellence in the Centennial State. It is the brainchild of Art Laubach from Einstyne Tiny Homes out of Brighton, CO, and Greg Parham with Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses in Durango, CO, along with support from Trailer Made Trailers based in Denver, CO. In addition to tiny house awareness, the Colorado Tiny House festival is dedicated to paying it forward and has committed to donate a portion of proceeds to the Wild Animal Sanctuary where the event will be held, as well as a second non profit group to be determined.