Mariah lives in a 1960’s vintage trailer that she renovated herself to be eco-awesome and off-the-grid. Her home is also a mobile classroom. She also holds a certificate in Sustainable Design/Build, and is about to graduate with a degree in Tiny Houses (no kidding!). When she isn’t traveling the country researching tiny houses, or towing her tiny vintage home around teaching workshops and doing tours, she’s at home philosophizing and scheming about the future of tiny houses and planning widespread tiny house domination.
I met Mariah because of mutual acquaintances and a mutual sponsor; Green Building Supply.
The COMET (Cost-effective, Off-grid Mobile Eco Trailer) is an exercise in sustainability and small space living. It is an educational tool for children and adults alike. It is a DIY guide for others wanting to pare down and have little to no negative impact on the environment, other humans, and themselves. She is a preservation of incredible design of the past meshed with the essential design of the future.
You can read more about Mariah and the COMET over at her website.