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Stories

"Where does it come from?" is at the heart of all childhood curiosity. This question leads to truths children are both prepared (where does the mail come from?) and perhaps unprepared (where do babies come from?) to know. Similarly, as adults the question "where does it come from?" can yield answers we are both ready...

The Huss Project will be walking in tonight's Water Festival Parade! Join us at 7:00 pm to celebrate the rich diversity of creativity, talent and participation in our community. We'll be handing out flyers for all of our summer events at Huss. And after the parade, you can enjoy all of the other wonderful happenings at the...

When we at the Huss Project start to describe our vision, the words, “people” and “food” tend to come up pretty often. We love people. We love their stories, ideas, passions, interdependence, achievements, and potential. We also really like food: as a host to conversation, as a reward of a good harvest, as a common...

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...

We've invested quite a few person-hours over the past few years removing the ubiquitous drop ceilings from the Huss Project, as well as the commercial carpeting that covered the original maple floors.  Some of the drop ceiling materials made their way to a local church, and some of the carpeting is keeping the weeds down...

It can be easy to lose sight of something in the winter. Snow obscures it, covering it up and burying it from our eyes. We hunker down in our blankets, trying to keep in the body heat and keep out high heating bills. In these times, it is difficult to remember why you did something...