September 21, 2019

If you always dreamed of having a treehouse as a kid, then Kentucky is a great place to be. While you still may not have your own elevated hideout in your backyard, there are many places in the Bluegrass State where you can play, relax, and sleep in the trees. Thanks t...

September 4, 2018

Dreaming tree Django describes tree house life reverently: “It’s like riding a horse compared to a motorcycle. A motorcycle is fun, but a horse is alive. Putting your house in a giant living organism is profound. You get to know the tree and feel safe in the branches....

September 4, 2018

When you hear the word treehouse, you may picture a small, easy-to-build house in the backyard.

Cincinnati native Django Kroner is changing that idea one treehouse at a time in Kentucky's Red River Gorge.

"The gorge is to Cincinnatians ... a total hidden gem," Kroner sai...

September 20, 2017

A man who spent three years living in a treehouse that he built in Red River Gorge and then started a treehouse village is being featured on nationwide  TV.

Django  Kroner and The Canopy Crew are in  a pilot for a new TV show on the channel Animal Planet....

September 2, 2017

SLADE, Ky. (WYMT) - Django Kroner moved to the Red River Gorge when he was 19-years-old to pursue rock climbing, a popular activity in the Gorge.

It was during that time Kroner decided to move up, literally. He built a treehouse. "When you're spending time in a treehous...

January 24, 2017

A Cincinnati-based treehouse company, The Canopy Crew, wants people to experience the Red River Gorge in a whole new way.

The company's founder, Django Kroner, spent three years living in a treehouse he built on a friend's plot of land in the Gorge. It was an experien...

December 5, 2016

Hailing from the banks of the mighty Ohio River, Django fell in love with Kentucky's Red River Gorge by way of rock climbing, however, the climbing didn't end with rocks.  He decided sleeping "off the deck" was better than in a tent and with a little help from friends,...

September 26, 2016

Django Kroner has dedicated his life to trees. When he was nineteen years old, he built a treehouse forty-five feet off the ground in Red River Gorge and lived in it for three years.

In 2013, the now 26-year-old started a custom treehouse building and tree care company....

January 7, 2016

This hilarious video from MeUndies tells the story of climber-turned-tree-house-builder Django Kroner. Kroner moved to Kentucky's Red River Gorge to pursue climbing, where he also began building tree houses. Yes, this is clearly branded content. But we're not getting p...

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