Get Down and Dirty

If the traveling farmer’s life appeals to your inner muddy maven, it’s time to make hay from the resources WWOOF membership offers you.

Interview with the WWOOF PhD

Elisabeth Kosnik from Austria received a doctor’s degree at the University of Wellington (New Zealand) in 2013 for her thesis “WWOOF, Environmentalism and Ecotopia: Alternative Social Practices between Ideal and Reality”.

WWOOF Germany held Hosts’ Meeting

Report from a WWOOF host farmer’s meeting in the middle of Germany. “Mutual cooperation among host farms and their integration into WWOOF Germany coordination will create a strong network that will benefit our WWOOFers.”.

Volunteer With WWOOF: Gain Skills, Meet People, Travel The World

Are you dying to travel the world, but aren’t sure how to fund your multi-city or multi-country adventure? For over 40 years, students, gap year kids and interested adults have donated their time to WWOOFing (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) in exchange for food and housing all over the world.