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We continued to expand our partnerships for experiential learning opportunities this past year, utilizing the Huss campus as an outdoor, nature-based classroom. Our partnership with Three Rivers Area Mentoring (TRAM) continued this year. We hosted TRAM's After School program at the Huss Project one day a week during warmer months and provided outdoor programming alongside TRAM's...

The weather outside might be frightful today, but we've been busy planning for warmer months and the Huss Project Farmer's Market! The market will once again happen every Saturday, 9:00am to 1:00pm from June through September and will feature fresh local produce, syrup, baked goods, kids activities, farm tours, forest trails, bike tune-ups, and more...

“Release the need to hate, to harbor division, and the enticement of revenge. Release all bitterness. Hold only love, only peace in your heart, knowing that the battle of good to overcome evil is already won.” John Lewis, Across that Bridge: Life Lessons and a Vision for Change In this time of great anxiety, isolation, and grief,...

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...

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 vegetables,...

We all have stories to tell. On June 22, friends and neighbors came together at the Huss Project to talk, share stories, and eat way too much dessert. Our brave host kicked the night off by introducing the event with a story of his own—one down. Then we’d exchange glances, nudging our friends, mouthing an encouraging...

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 to...