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Author: Kirstin Vander Giessen-Reitsma

If you've attended Future Fest, you probably have a sense of the hours and hours of work that go into preparing the space, planning activities, coordinating details (and backup details), and recruiting volunteers, bakers, partner organizations, artists, food vendors, and so much more. And then, come 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, it's all over. Visitors head...

We are so fortunate to have our very own resident poet as part of the *cino community! For several years running, Elisabeth Wenger has been writing a poem especially for our annual Huss Future Festival. This year, the Quiet Park dedication provided the perfect occasion for her beautiful word-smithing: As a bee going into a flower for...

We love seeing our community come together at Huss Future Fest, but we know not everyone can be there in person. If you'd like to participate from afar, here's your chance! Any donations made through the Huss Project web site today will count toward our fundraising total for the day! Please donate today—any amount helps! Curious...

The dragonflies are LOVING the Huss Project Farm this year and they can't wait to take you on a whimsical, winding tour this coming Saturday during Huss Future Fest 2018! They'll be available 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. to demonstrate their skill at balancing on top of ropes, fences, posts, Jerusalem artichoke stalks, and many more vertical...