Lauren Sayers has travelled from Canada to WWOOF in Ireland, Scotland, Wales; finishing-up in England - the birthplace of WWOOF itself.
We begin in Canada where Lauren kicks-off the blog offering sound advice on how to go about arranging visits with host farms - she even includes an entire inventory of what she will be putting in her backpack!
Business Planning For Community Growers is a course taking place over four sessions designed to help community growers get to grips with strategic planning and produce a business plan for their project.
The Open Farm Sunday 2016 marks the 11th year that this countrywide event has offered the chance to meet local farmers who produce your food. It is an opportunity to experience first hand, where your food comes from and learn of the issues currently facing farmers today.
Real Food Moments - My Brilliant Moment is a collection of short films, in which local food heroes share the moments of inspiration that galvanized their projects and encouraged them to make a difference.
The Land Skills Day on the 11th June 2016 will be a series of workshops and skillshares about various land based skills including seed saving, microdairies, beekeeping, mushroom growing, working with horses and many more.
Lord David Puttnam asks you to support the all new LLOOF project on behalf of the whole human race.
LLOOF project partners are delighted to announce the support of Lord David Puttnam, Digital Champion for Ireland, who is both a believer in, and practitioner of, online learning through his educational charity 'Atticus'. This world-famous award winning film producer has made a short film endorsing LLOOF in which he says, “Climate change is without a doubt the biggest challenge that mankind has ever faced...