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Eater’s Almanac is our weekly newsletter for the Huss Project Farmer’s Market. You can receive a print copy each week at the market, which includes a recipe for seasonal vegetables!  “We do not finish breakfast without being dependent on more than half the world.” Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Coffee is a morning luxury (some would say...

Serves 4 Adapted from Garden In The Kitchen Ingrediants: 1 lb/ bunch asparagus 2 tbsp butter, melted 1⁄2 lemon, juiced salt + pepper 4-5 radishes, thinly sliced fresh or dried dill Directions: Pre-heat oven to 400F degrees. In a small bowl mix in the melted butter, juice from a half-lemon, salt + pepper and set aside. Wash and trim the asparagus, then arrange in a sheet pan. Pour the...

Navigating the difficulties of this crisis -- the uncertainty, the anxiety, and the grief -- can take its toll. Those struggles are worth acknowledging and worth working through. When we feel overwhelmed or in over our head, it is important to take deep breaths and reach out to our social circles and/or do our best...

Looking for post-Earth Day activities or are in need of extra plants for your garden? Hurry on over to the Three Rivers Food Site (open Tues, Thurs 9am-12pm) or the Blessing Box outside Trinity Episcopal for an array of free seed packets! The Huss Project Farm is currently donating its excess supply, including carrot, radish,...

If you or your family are still in search of food access during the COVID-19 crisis, you may be eligible for the Pandemic EBT Program. Eligible families with students between the ages of 5 and 18 have the opportunity to receive assistance, regardless of whether or not you have signed up for Food Assistance Program...

In an effort to jump start our food security efforts during the COVID-19 crisis, we have been busy planting seedlings for The Huss Project Farm. As food shortages, lack of finances, and unpredictable weather patterns become a larger factor for many folks, we live in the hope that spring will offer us the soil, water...

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...

Are you looking for a creative outlet during quarantine? Join the Lowrys Bookstore Open Mic crew this Thursday, April 2 at 6:45pm via Zoom! For those of us struggling mentally, physically, or socially in this time of crisis, witnessing and producing art offer us important solace and solidarity. As some of you may know, Aundrea Sayrie,...