WWOOF International

WWOOF International

World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms, or WWOOF, is an incredible exchange between organic farmers and traveling volunteers. WWOOF is a dynamic network across almost every country around the world, where you spend, on average, 4-6 hours a day working on a farm or farming project in exchange for room and board. The experience if what you make of it. Through the website, members can sift through a variety of different types of host farms and their specific participation expectations. From cultivating potatoes in Peru to exercising horses in Spain, the opportunities and experiences are endless.

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