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One of our projects for this spring and summer has been figuring out how to convert a portion of the four-acre property around Huss back to wild space. We've tried to delineate the area with clear boundaries so that our neighbors won't just think we're neglecting the land, but even then, we're still getting...

As we work to turn the rectory where our *cino interns are living into a space of hospitality for them and for other volunteers who come to Three Rivers overnight, we're finding there are some items we could use, which are listed below. Please get in touch if there's anything you might be able...

Last week, four of our six *cino interns moved into the rectory of Trinity Episcopal Church, just a short walk down Main Street from my and Rob's apartment, and a short bike ride from Huss School. At the moment, Johnathan is working at his paid internship with White Yarrow Farm while the rest of us are...

On Thursday, the Three Rivers Commercial-News ran a great front page story covering our first planting at the Tripple Ripple Community Gardens at Huss School. Here's how Brenda McGowan, one of the garden organizers, contextualizes the work: This is really a social justice project. The whole goal is to take the people in the...

The other day, I heard a radio ad promoting the local Powerball lottery. "All you need is a dollar and a dream!" Especially in the context of the hard work we've been doing lately to raise funds for Huss School, I was struck by the linking of a dollar and a dream. I mean,...

Saturday morning was gray and misty, but warm as we gathered to speak words of blessing and break ground for Triple Ripple Community Gardens at the Huss School property. Many denominations, ages, colors, neighborhoods and vocations were represented around our circle and each minister brought a distinctive angle to the task at hand, calling...

Today, we cleaned the barn at the Hermitage and moved over to St. Gregory's Abbey, where we'll be spending our last day together. The hymn for morning prayer this morning was "Lord, whose love in humble service," which seemed a perfect way to finish our time at the Hermitage: Lord, whose love in humble service...