This week in Trinity Bay North, Newfoundland, the 2013 Culture of Outports project got a great start on its community build process. The community is fantastic and we’re having a great time.
In its first week the team has toured the local landscape and architecture extensively, held several community engagement meetings, mounted a historical slide show in the street, and installed 1000 feet of Christmas lights along Main St. to commemorate an early electrical power station built in Port Union in 1917.
Four build sites have been chosen, and design development has already begun. Over the next week or so, we’ll be refining designs, consulting with residents, and collaborating with the community to build something unique for the people of Trinity Bay.