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”.
Following the call for Host Grant Program, FoWO is happy to announce the winner.
WWOOF Togo will celebrate 5 years anniversary by planting trees but they need a little help.
WWOOF has developed very organically over the last 45 years!
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.”.
WWOOF comes in as a movement that aims to join organic farmers and growers with volunteers in an effort to increase cultural understanding. It’s all about constructing a global community. Here’s all about WWOOF.
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.
It’s become a rite of passage for college grads, gap year kids, and the agri-curious of all ages to spend a few weeks or months WWOOFing (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) overseas.
When it comes to WWOOFing, you just have to roll with it.
Traveling the world and working the land are the tenets behind WWOOF – World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. Amanda Pearson, FoWO International Development Co-ordinator tells us more about the life-changing impact a WWOOFing experience can have for all involved.