When Marguerite and Andy had the opportunity to move their family of four from Washington, D.C., back to Marguerite's hometown of Missoula, Montana, they leapt at the opportunity. The move allowed them to be closer to family, (just down the road from Andy's mom and sharing a driveway with Marguerite's), and gave them the chance to build a methane-gas-free home under the very tree where they got married.
Watch the video below to learn more about their small-footprint tree house and how it's already inspiring change in the lower Rattlesnake.
Peter Gurche believes we all have a part to play in addressing the climate crisis. He's doing his part by helping to inspire others to rethink how they design and build their homes. Using the concept of the "Pretty Good House," Peter's all-electric home features a ducted heat-pump heating and cooling system, electric hot water heater, induction stove and heat recovery unit. Watch the video below to learn more.