hutopolis

Kids in Maine have found a new eco-friendly job of constructing a new village from discarded wood and found items, called Hutopolis.

The project is so far in its third year, and is meant to be a permanent settlement, which will be used as a playground all year round. The village has been built by less than 60 children, with an average of 32 each day, aged between 5 to 19.

Via: Make/MorningSentinel