Fight Climate Change By 'Conducting Activities' In A Tree House

Some folks decided to build a treehouse in the outer Mission’s McLaren park and want to invite you to do stuff there and take pictures. You know, for the environment. Here’s a clip of their craigslist ad:

Last week we built a tree house in McLaren park just off of Sunnydale Ave behind the school. It is rather sturdy, can hold up to four people and has an overhead tarp to protect inhabitants from rain. This treehouse was created with the intentions of imagining how the world might look if we don’t stop climate change.

This treehouse is free for use 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Please feel free to conduct any activities you like in this space. We ask that if at all possible that you take photos of your use of the treehouse or send us an email to talk about your thoughts and feelings on this project.

(via Kasper Hauser. This one is real, unlike the ads on their alternate-reality khraigslist)

6 Responses to “Fight Climate Change By 'Conducting Activities' In A Tree House”

  1. Gianpaolo says:

    I don’t understand how living in trees represents the post-climate disaster world. Sea levels will rise, but generally not to the point where forests are present. If this was in a mangrove, perhaps. Also, increased temperature and precipitation variability will likely decimate large portions of forests, so a better representation might be a shack in the desert. But hey, tree houses are awesome, so no complaints.

  2. chalkman says:

    If the treehouse is rockin’, don’t come knockin’!

  3. snoopz says:

    How long till there’s a website from the tree house?

  4. erich says:

    When will the crack heads move in?

  5. laure says:

    When will some asshole developer turn it into a TIC loft? When will a bunch of whole-paycheck shoppin’ trustafarian “artists” move in?

    Frankly, i prefer the crack heads.

  6. emily says:

    jeez, lighten up ppl. cant u just enjoy an amazing thing without all the negativity?