WWOOF helps to connect farm volunteers (“WWOOFers”) with farm hosts. Volunteers offer helping hands on the farm in exchange for good food, comfy accommodation and learning opportunities in organic farming.
During a stay on our farm, WWOOFers may be involved in any aspect of our day-to-day activities. We have a long, ongoing To Do List that changes along with the weather and the seasons. Some examples of jobs that WWOOFers might engage in are:
- work in the garden (preparing beds, planting, weeding, harvesting)
- turning compost
- preparing planting areas and planting perennials
- small building projects
- stacking firewood
- feeding pigs & chickens
- collecting and sorting eggs
- wild foraging
- general landscaping work around the house
- and LOTS more!
We’ve got a lot of variety in the work we do and we have fun while we’re at it!