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Author: Alexandra Harper

So it happened again. On July 19th, a myriad of people from Three Rivers and beyond hiked to the Huss Project for a celebration of food, art, and play. The day went wonderfully. The weather was bright, the air was filled with the beat of "Everything is Awesome," and the people came in droves. Droves...

Something peculiar is going on at the old Huss School property: the hallways are clean, signs are being painted, musicians are being booked, and rummage donations are rolling in at all hours of the night and day. A work group from Ontario recently helped clear out garbage, organize rooms, weed the garden -- only taking breaks to play...

"Where does it come from?" is at the heart of all childhood curiosity. This question leads to truths children are both prepared (where does the mail come from?) and perhaps unprepared (where do babies come from?) to know. Similarly, as adults the question "where does it come from?" can yield answers we are both ready...

When we at the Huss Project start to describe our vision, the words, “people” and “food” tend to come up pretty often. We love people. We love their stories, ideas, passions, interdependence, achievements, and potential. We also really like food: as a host to conversation, as a reward of a good harvest, as a common...