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Author: Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma

Today we're giving a big shout-out to our current and previous *culture is not optional community members who have lived in the intentional community at the center of all of our work. We are so grateful for your support over the years and the impact your efforts have brought to the Huss Project! *cino's intentional community...

At The Huss Project, we believe that the things we do grow out the stories we tell about ourselves and how we understand them. Creating space to tell and listen to our stories is a critical element for life-changing, life-giving community work. Inspired by The Moth Radio Hour, the Huss Project has facilitated storytelling nights for many...

At the Huss Project, we believe that our imaginative capacities are intricately linked to our physical needs as human beings, including having enough to eat. We also believe that the act of growing food is an act of hope, living into a future of abundance. What started as a community garden in 2010 has grown into...

An integral part of the work we do at Huss is prioritizing beauty and acknowledging community relationships in everything we do, including our recent construction projects! Because we realize that our buildings and rooms intrinsically reflect what we value and have the capacity to shape opportunity, we were very intentional about the way we designed...

A few weeks ago, we celebrated a storytelling night along the theme of "Inheritance" and "Legacy" in the newly renovated Imaginarium.  Along with tasty food and drink, we shared how these words have resonated in our personal, civic and imaginative lives. Emily Ulmer, our host, asked on the event page: "What kind of legacy do...

Check out all of the amazingly creative neighbors who participated in this year's Future Festival photo booth! Photos are now online at our Flickr account. Peruse them all and find your photo! A special thank you again to campers and counselors at Habonim Dror Camp Tavor for painting this year's photo booth backdrop—it is a perfect...

The 1oth annual of Huss Future Festival at The Huss Project was an overwhelming success! Over 1,000 people enjoyed the newly renovated pavilion and Imaginarium last Saturday. 40+ volunteers, 13+ community organizations and 25+ artists were in attendance. With all of your support, we raised over $7,000 in funds for The Huss Project! New sections to...