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.”.

LLOOF – the project completed

The making of ‘Living and Learning on Organic Farms’ (LLOOF); two years working on an EU farming project without actually getting dirty hands. WWOOF UK director Nim Kibbler has been involved in this far-reaching project since day one and reflects on its progress and impact.