Make It Right Announces New Efforts on the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana

Fort Peck Reservation; Image ©

The Make It Right organization, Brad Pitt’s LEED and Cradle-to-Cradle inspired efforts to bring sustainable homes to communities in need, is probably best known for its much publicized work in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans in the post-Hurrican Katrina climate.  But the breadth of this organization’s work stretches beyond this community rebuilding project.  Make It Right (MIR) has worked within several disadvantaged communities in an effort to build sustainable and supportive homes and neighborhoods through the development of residences, community centers and infrastructural elements, and by providing training and counseling. 

MIR is working in Newark, New Jersey bringing residences to disabled veterans; in Kansas city, the organization is rebuilding a blighted community within the neighborhood of Manheim Park; and most recently is partnering with Sioux and Assiniboine Native American tribe members to build sustainable homes on the Fort Peck Reservation in .

More on Make It Right’s new work on the Fort Peck Reservation after the break.