Rural Studio Goes into Hammer and Nails Mode

Housing finance provider Fannie Mae has extended a research agreement with Auburn University’s Rural Studio program, providing an additional $450,000 for The Front Porch Initiative, which promotes the construction of well-designed homes for low-income, rural areas. Under the initial two contracts with Fannie Mae, faculty and students from Rural Studio developed prototype designs and related…

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