Project FarmRob Vander Giessen-Reitsma

Margaret in the garden

Project Farm started as Triple Ripple Community Gardens in 2010 and has been growing organic vegetables with our neighbors ever since. In 2015, we transitioned from a community garden model to an urban farm—with the mission of efficiently and sustainably providing good food for neighbors in need. Volunteers—including youth and service organizations—cultivate a portion of the Huss Project’s four acres to teach growing skills and to distribute fresh food for area families and agencies like Domestic Assault Shelter, Keystone Place, and the Community Kitchen at Trinity Episcopal Church. We sell our produce and the produce from partner farms—Corey Lake Orchards, Bair Lane Farm, White Yarrow Farm, Sustainable Greens, and Butternut Sustainable Farm—at the Three Rivers Farmers Market to support the work.

Food production continues to expand as we Please contact us if you would like to be involved.  Many hands make fun work!