Fruits & Vegetables

NEW! Saturday Market at the Huss Project

For many years, we’ve had a booth at the Three Rivers Farmers Market. This year, we’ll continue to be there on Thursdays from 2:00-6:00pm, but we’re also starting a sweet Saturday Market at the Huss Project! Starting on June 6, come by 1008 8th Street from 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays to enjoy a…

White Pines

Planting trees to honor the earth: Mapping our white pines

Happy Earth Day! Today is the 50th anniversary of the first celebration on April 22, 1970, when over 20 million people participated in teach-ins, rallies, and workshops, in the largest show of support for any cause in U.S. history! In honor of Earth Day 2020, we at the Huss Project are celebrating the lives of…

*cino community

Three opportunities to work with us at the Huss Project

The past year has been a time of incredible growth for *culture is not optional, our parent organization, and we are thrilled to be recruiting folks to join us in our work here in Three Rivers, with three different levels of commitment. Whether for ten weeks this coming summer or for an open-ended period of…

NEW! Huss Project Resident Caretaker Position

A big piece of the future vision for the Huss Project is to have living space for a residential community. Though this goal is still a long way off, we’re very excited to announce a new resident caretaker position. The caretaker (or caretakers) will live in a sweet, small house just to the south of…

If you believe in the beauty of working with nature, become a Friend of Huss

In the giant network of living beings that we are a part of, Huss is a small puzzle piece in rejuvenating the life-giving connections to nature that are all around us—especially in connection to the urban farm but beyond that as well. Permaculture is a design discipline that seeks to work with the patterns of…

Annual original poem honors Quiet Park dedication

Annual original poem honors Quiet Park dedication

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…

Hussagram: Follow this dragonfly to Future Fest!

Hussagram: Follow this dragonfly to Future Fest!

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…

Quiet Park dedication...this Saturday!

Quiet Park dedication…this Saturday!

One of the core ideas shaping the work of the Huss Project is that we all need a balance in our lives between stillness and activity. People describe this balance in various ways: contemplation and action, inner work and outer life, and so on. At the Huss Project, we love to play, make music, grow…

Hussagram: Butterfly weed in bloom!

Hussagram: Butterfly weed in bloom!

The butterfly weed is blooming at the Huss Project Farm! This is a bright orange variety of milkweed that attracts pollinators, and more pollinators means more veggies. This year, we’re growing food on about an acre of our land for our community of volunteers and our neighbors, especially those who have a hard time affording…

Farmers Market

Three Rivers Farmers Market opens tomorrow!

The Three Rivers Farmers Market starts the 2017 season tomorrow, June 1, from 1:00 to 6:00! We’ll be there as a vendor again this year, selling produce from the Huss Project Farm and from partner farms (Corey Lake Orchards, Bair Lane Farm, White Yarrow Farm, and more) alongside fresh baked goods from Corey Lake. Join…

Huss plan (draft)

Design process continues for Huss property

Here is a draft of our new site plan for Huss (read below the image for more information): When we first purchased the Huss School property in Three Rivers, we had a lot of ideas, but no specific plan. That was intentional. We knew that if we were going to help create something that contributes…