Join this free Seminar by Jimmy Hirst to learn more about Tiny Houses and creating connected and sustainable communities for the future.
Join Jimmy on his mission to create integrative and regenerative communities.
Find out about Tiny Houses and how they may be the key to creating connected and sustainable communities for the future. Learn how this type of eco smart, mobile housing can overcome community isolation and disconnection, and start to regenerate the small village living model for a more meaningful and effective way to live.
Jimmy Hurst launched the Polkadot tiny houses brand to build affordable Eco Smart Tiny Houses On Wheels for the mainstream consumer offering more affordable, locally-made, off-the-grid, renewable and recycled designed dwellings.
About Jimmy Hirst
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 and socially connective communities (popularly 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 for generations to come.
He launched the Polkadot tiny houses brand to build affordable Eco Smart Tiny Houses On Wheels for the mainstream consumer offering more affordable, locally-made housing, off-the-grid, renewable and recycled, climatically efficient, intelligent, Internet and Blockchain-enabled, attractive, economical, easily transportable, safe and secure as well as innovative, smartly engineered dwellings designed to easily plug into holistically integrative and regenerative communities.
He spent over six years of his life travelling around the globe to the USA, UK & Europe and Africa to research intentional communities and connecting with thought leaders through organisations like the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN), Intl Communal Studies Assoc (ICSA), Permaculture Institute of North America (PINA), NextNow (Silicon Valley), living in world-renowned villages such as the Findhorn (Scotland), Christiania (Denmark), Tamera Healing Biotope (Portugal), The Eco Village at Currumbin, and is a member of many community groups.