Gregory Kloehn goes dumpster diving, but not for the reason that most people would think. He isn’t homeless. Rather, he is an artist who is trying to help the homeless and develop his craft at the same time. Instead of building sculptures that he would sell to rich people to add to their homes, he decided to focus his efforts on helping house the homeless population in California. He uses what he collects to build small, one room shelters for the homeless. Each shelter is built with a pitched roof so they are waterproof.
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