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Organisation: Earth Matters Farm
Location: Big Island, Hawaii, USA
Volunteer on our organic farm on the beautiful island of Hawaii.
Organisation : Kara Kahl Farm
Location: Minnesota, USA
The program known as Worldwide Opportunities in Organic Farming(WWOOF) provides connections between farms around the world that are practicing some level of organic farming with people wishing to learn more about raising their own food. Kara Kahl Farm has been a host farm for six years and, though we love to travel, we’ve found this to be an excellent way to bring the world to us. We’ve met a variety of great new people who are willing to share their lives with ours for a few weeks so we can exchange ideas & learn from each other.
Organisation: Woodcrest Farm
Location: Hillsborough, NC, USA
Woodcrest farm is proud to be a member of WWoof-USA.org, providing work-stay opportunities for individuals or couples interested in learning about organic farming, livestock and poultry management, and small dairy operation.
Organisation: United Saints
Location: New Orleans, USA
Website: United Saints
Thank you for your interest in our program. We appreciate all the help, and could never make the change we seek without the able hands of volunteers. We have been present in the city of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.
We welcome all volunteers, skilled and unskilled. We can train you on anything you don’t know! Individuals under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Organisation: Flower to Flour Farm
Location: Mt Hood, Oregon
Website: Flower to Flour
We ask for dedication, attention to detail, hard physical work and enthusiasm from our wwoof’ers …. a lot to ask from even the highest paid workers! These remarkable and hardworking young women and men grace us with their presence, work, laughter and love in exchange for room, board and an opportunity to live on a farm, learning how to turn dirt into soil and soil into food. If you would like to volunteer with us, please click the link above. Thank you.
Organisation: Hidden Grove Homestead
Location: Illinois, USA
Website: Hidden Grove Volunteering
Welcome potential WWOOFers or interested bystanders! I hope this section informs you to make a confident decision for your next potential WWOOFing trip! We are looking for candidates who desire to gain major experience in the garden, natural building, homesteading, cooking from scratch with fresh food, and off-grid life who also can balance fun with responsibility. Please visit our site and find out more about volunteering with us.
Organisation: Country Flat Farm
Location: Big Sur, California, USA
In exchange for room and board, we host 2 WWOOF volunteers to work a minimum of 30 hours per week on our farm for a minimum time commitment of 1 month.
– greenhouse management
– chicken care
To find out more please contact us on our website above.
Organisation: Osprey Hill Farm
Location: Acme, WA, USA
WWOOFers add a fun dynamic to our farm and we enjoy hearing about all the journeys you’ve been on as well as the ones you plan to undertake. We are open to shorter stays of a month, the full season, or anything in between. 24 hours/week on the farm in exchange for food and housing. Scheduling is flexible ie 6 hrs x 4 days or 8 hours x 3 days. It’s easiest to work this out on an individual basis. Tasks could include seed starting, transplanting, weeding, harvesting, animal care, building projects, and more. To find out more please click our website link above.