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Projects

  We are pleased to announce the opening of our Saturday Farm Market this Saturday, June 6th, 2020! Join The Huss Project team at 1008 8th Street from 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays this Summer to enjoy a selection of fresh foods from our local farm partners. We’ll be accepting cash, credit card, and SNAP. We are...

Various county agencies are working to provide immediate emergency relief services as St. Joseph County's economic situation continues to decline due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are updating in real time funds/resources that individuals, families, nonprofits and businesses can apply for and take advantage of at this time. Because the situation of this pandemic is...

During this giving season, we've asked donors why they have chosen to become a Friend of Huss! Alek and Deborah Haak-Frost, long-term community members of *culture is not optional, provided a few of their thoughts: Alek: "I believe in the cause. I believe community building can solve a variety of issues. While nationally, divisiveness and vitriol...

In the spirit of adding more aesthetic flare to our renovation project and continuing with the upcycling project that was started in building the pavilion, we decided to bring some corrugated texture inside the Imaginarium. To build an accessible bathroom in the Imaginarium, we combined two small rooms (a tiny bathroom and a pantry) into...

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...

The Three Rivers Area Community Foundation recently awarded *culture is not optional, the Huss Project's parent organization, a $20,000 grant for the Imaginarium to be made in two $10,000 payments. We are honored to receive the support from the Foundation, which continues to show community support for our work at Huss. The Imaginarium and Front Porch...