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Garden

Editor's note: For the third year running, our friend and local poet Elisabeth Wenger wrote a beautiful poem to help us celebrate Future Festival. She's become the Huss Poet Laureate. Thank you, Elisabeth! Come! Let me embrace you in my arms of gentle rage, taught as bowstring, tight as catgut, a tug you and I both recognize. Let me...

A couple of weeks ago, Rob arrived at the Huss Project to find the yard around the community garden strewn with vegetables.  We'd been battling a woodchuck nemesis, and also a possum, but this was too sophisticated for those critters, if you can call throwing tomatoes at the windows "sophisticated."  Let's just say, it was...

Dane from Flowerfield Enterprises was gracious enough to come out last Monday evening to Triple Ripple Community Garden to teach a group of us about making compost tea, which is a natural fertilizer that helps balance the bacteria and fungi in our soil.  We were all very impressed by the depth of his knowledge about...

Last Monday was definitely our last *cino volunteer staff meeting in the un-heated Huss Project building -- in spite of the space heaters, I was shivering so much, I couldn't write legibly.  We are SO looking forward to having a heated room, hopefully by the end of this year! In the meantime, we've continued to take...