Project Love Coalition through its Green S.E.N.S.E. initiative is looking for volunteers to help us build a Tiny House for a homeless veteran and a Green House where that veteran can learn how to grow food.
> The Tiny House will consist of an open floor plan; one-level home that will provide easy access to a bed when needed, a bathroom w/shower, a raised kitchen includes an ENERGY STAR refrigerator, a water-efficient faucet, and an electric cooktop, space for dining and working, high ceilings, beautiful floor located throughout this 160-square foot home.
> The Green House will consist of a roughly 8ft x 20ft open space double layer polyurethane walled structure to grow food all year round A Clean Energy System consisting of an off-grid solar power system.
PLC/Green S.E.N.S.E. overstands that agriculture is a therapeutic way to heal our heroes who have stood in defense of our great nation and now need our help.
We want to prove this concept by forming a collaborative team of some of the most genius minds and loving hearts, PLC/Green S.E.N.S.E. aims to create an experimental working model which can prove that we can provide specific services and generate life saving products to meet the multi-faceted concerns on a local, regional and national level.
By launching this initiative and providing a roadmap to a career in farming, Team Green S.E.N.S.E. will consist of the Project Love Coalition in collaboration with partnering universities, companies, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), that can help veterans translate their skills and discipline from the military to the equally important mission of producing the nation’s food supply beginning at the local level. Team Green S.E.N.S.E. will provide veterans with collaborative entrepreneurial opportunities, job and skills training, connection to financial and technical resources, and assistance in the difficult task of providing home options.
We welcome any and all to participate. For further information or to support contact Project Love Coalition, at 412 533 3837 from 9:00am to 5:00pm (M-F). Website: www.plcpgh.org Donations and Sponsors are also needed