Resilience Village Director Looks at Pallet Shelters
Mark Dyken Photo courtesy of Resiliency Village
Sonora, CA – Mark Dyken, Executive Director of Resiliency Village, has submitted a new myMotherLode.com blog.
Resiliency Village, a nonprofit organization based in the Big Hill area of Tuolumne County, develops programs and partnerships to help people facing situations such as homelessness and trauma.
Dyken’s blog weighs in on the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors’ recent decision to designate a property on High School Road at the former Jamestown mine site as a Pallet Shelter community.
You can read Dyken’s blog by clicking here.
To read a previous story about the Supervisory Board’s 4-1 vote to move the project forward, click here.