Seems that the scientists have finally proven something that any WWOOFer worth their salt has known, instinctively, for ages! Namely, that organically produced food has more nutritional value than non-organically produced food.
This 'wee' blog has some delicious quotations to ponder. A theatre troupe go WWOOFing en route to performing at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014 and learn about WWOOFing, hospitality and Scottish cuisine!!!
"Every afternoon and evening, the company would gather together to eat at her and Eddie's beautiful warm home and I can safely say that none of us had a single meal short of incredible. I had a wonderful time helping Donna, Margaret, and Donna's WWOOFer, Louis, in the kitchen several times and it was really interesting to learn more about the WWOOF.
Now, here is a most inspirational project: VieWWOOF - Roads without engines to join the [WWOOF] network of farms. What a great idea?!! Creating maps to show the best routes for walking, cycling or using public transport between visits to WWOOF hosts..... Love it!!
This is a blog which really caught our eye. The photos capture the off-grid lifestyle in a very realistic style; when looking at them you are there!
The blog reveals how WWOOFing can be a means, not only of helping others, but also to unearthing whole new worlds which many people would have no idea even existed!! Sharing these images like these help us to understand the bigger picture.
The story of a woman who has chosen to honour her true self by following her heart. So far this has led her to join WWOOF UK and to take her craft of wool felting on the road (hopefully providing her with a sustainable livelihood)
We have chosen to put this blog on our website as it is the creation of Chris, a WWOOF UK WWOOFer, and is a fine example of WWOOF's values in practice. You will discover how Chris has taken WWOOFing to a new level and why he is such a 'fun guy to bee with'.