|Preview host||We have 2 wwoof farms,We go where the work is according to the season. |
We spend most of the time on our hill farm, near Ullapool on the west coast with about 350 ewes and 60 cows. Also 2 guest houses, which need cleaning every Saturday.
The second farm, is a lowland farm on the Beauly Firth where we winter the stock and make hay, silage and grow oats in the summer.
Winter - feeding stock. April - May - lambing,planting trees and opening guest house June - weeding, tractor and digger work. July - shearing, haymaking. August - Hill farm, maintenance, cleaning lodge and cottage . September - harvest and speening. October-November - gathering sheep and fencing.
Anyone who wants to experience self-sufficiency - endless jobs with maintenance, we have own electricity turbine, water supply, wood to cut for stoves - butchering & food preparation, gardening, conservation work. Also a wonderful place for walking, riding, sailing and fishing.
|Preview host||We are a small growing community living in a large Georgian house in 20 acres of grounds which includes woodlands, pastures, orchards + large walled vegetable + herb garden. Help needed with poly tunnels, garden maintenance, woodland management including willow plantations. Also hedge laying, style and path making or whatever we can think of at the time. There's always lots to do. At present we have 9 rescue chickens and 2 cats plus masses of wildlife. |
|Preview host||This is a working Stables/Small holding practising Natural Horsemanship. We work with schools specialising in Autism and individual clients as well. We are also setting up an eco-tourism venture by converting some of the barns. We teach Natural Horsemanship. The accommodation is in our old Georgian House which is close by. We are looking for someone to provide support in helping with the horses particularly but also with goats, sheep, rabbits and chickens as well as doing some gardening at the main house. The land does not have certification but is kept organically and the horses live as naturally as possible. |
The team running it is in their early to mid twenties.
The work during the winter months is a little more physically challenging due to the weather and the toll this takes on the land so please take this into consideration when applying.
|Preview host||We own a large old house near Newton Stewart, surrounded by semi-natural woodland and a large garden, which we are trying to improve all the time. Work includes helping us to eradicate rhododendron ponticum, a non-native invasive shrub growing in the woodland, which involves cutting and pulling out bushes, thus allowing native trees to grow, this is best done in winter; also some garden work, tree planting, painting, and making bread. We are particularly interested in garden design, plant ecology and environmental issues, our garden has been featured in several magazines. We grow our own vegetables, eat our own meat, and do a lot of home-cooking. Accommodation is offered in our house, with your own bedroom and bathroom, eating meals with us. We like to eat well, with plenty of vegetarian food (and meat). We have wi-fi .Please note that we do not work alongside the wwoofers, Mary is a potter and I am mainly office bound. We employ a part-time gardener with whom you would be working. |
|Preview host||A wee organic farm nestled in the rolling hills of Fife. Stunning view over the ocean and loch an 40 minutes by train to Edinburgh. |
Accommodation in farmhouse or tree-house (if available), including the new sauna extension. Need help planting crops, building things and general farm maintenance. For days off from WWOOFing, there are also other activities including fishing, diving, swimming in lake, canoeing, walks to standing stones and day trips to Edinburgh. WWOOFers who bring skills like an instrument or some kind of talent to share, are more likely to be accepted. We are trying to encourage a very creative and inspiring atmosphere here. Looking for outgoing people who know how to laugh.
Weekends woofers are expected to entertain themselves and cook their own meals food, can be provided if requested .
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|Preview host||We are a family of 4 who live in a rural community in the Highlands of Scotland. We bought a run down croft 2 years ago and have multiple projects on the go! We have two children (4 years and 6 months) and two dogs. We keep goats for milk and have an acre of Tea which we recently planted and we have great plans to plant trees, hedges and lay pathways to make the Tea Garden productive and beautiful! There is a huge amount to do to get the place running properly. We would like to use permaculture techniques where possible. The area is very beautiful, folk are friendly and it is very peaceful. |
We are looking for families or couples, ideally with their own van, to come and help out on the croft for 4 hours a day 5 days a week. We would be very flexible with hours especially if you have children. Its pretty chilled out, lots of easy vege garden tasks and barrowing compost and gravel around aswell as bigger projects to get stuck into.
|Preview host||Hello, we're looking to bring this Outer Hebridean croft back to life, with a long term vision of helping people who are suffering with trauma. But first we'll need to get the croft up and running so that it can become self supporting. The croft is fairly large and is at the moment, also quite barren. It's located in a remote, beautiful and peaceful area on the small island of Great Bernera on the West coast of the Isle of Lewis. |
We'd be grateful for people to help us rebuild the dry stone walls on the croft, to build paths, chicken huts and animal shelters and to begin to plant shelter breaks and trees. And there may be other tasks such as landscape gardening, helping to rebuild the croft house, erecting fencing
If you would like to experience this quiet part of the world and give a hand to share the many laboring jobs that need doing, then please get in touch.
Please see extended description for more info. skills required, accommodation details, local community etc.
|Preview host||We have about one acre of very stoney land next to the Ballynahinch river. We grow vegetables in raised beds and soft fruit, apples etc. We have a few chickens and ducks and 2 cats. We live in a converted old mill building on the site. |
We own 12 acres of ancient hardwood woodland about 3 miles from our house and much ofthe work for wwoofers involves helping clear brambles and collecting firewood and logs. We also do eco building with hempcrete and timber.
|Preview host||We have one acre of garden and 4 acres of field and woodland. We keep cattle, sheep and pigs for meat, hens for eggs, goats for milk and a horse and two dogs. We produce vegetables all year round and seasonal top and soft fruit. We also grow herbs and flowering plants. |
There are daily routines and seasonal work on a variety of jobs including vegetable growing (from seeds, tubers and plants), fruit tree pruning and fruit harvesting, apple crushing and cider making, fruit and vegetable preservation, sheep shearing, wool spinning, weaving and felting, milking the goats, feeding and mucking out animals, repairing housing, repairing fences, hedgelaying and woodland work.
We have gardened and farmed organically for over 30 years. We have a 600 year old house, with wood fired heating and cooking. We have solar panels and a compost garden toilet (as well as WC's in the house)
Our two children were brought up here and have now left home. One of them is a WWOOF host in this area.
|Preview host||We are a family of 5 living on a beautiful small holding in central Pembrokeshire. Although not certified, the land has been managed organically for years. |
There are 10 acres of woodland, mostly overgrown! We are slowly working towards managing it and starting to coppice for firewood. The 25 acres of pasture fields are currently grazed by sheep either in prep for planting or as temporary management. A proportion of this is being returned to native meadow.
We also have pigs and chickens.
We have planted a small vineyard and are reviving and expanding the vegetable garden. We have a poly tunnel and plan to begin planting an orchard this Autumn.
We're open to new ideas and welcome people who bring them.
|Preview host||This is primarily a free range poultry farm, hatching from my own breeding hens and rearing bought in, day old chicks. I sell point of lay pullets and eggs for consumption from the end of the road and direct local sales. |
I am trying to use the manure produced by the birds for a large vegetable and fruit garden...to be honest the results here have been a bit mixed, unused parts of the vegetables are fed back to the hens.
There is a large polytunnel, about half is used all year by the birds, the other half is used by growing hens overwinter and for tender vegetables over the summer, this gives a weed free environment.
I have a small number of breeding sheep, mainly jacob crosses with a gray faced dartmoor tup.
There is a pleasant local pub about a mile away. I'm happy to give lifts into the nearest village, Alford.
|Preview host||Fully organic since 1988. Registered Demeter.104 acres - 4 acres vegetables (over 60 varieties) 90 acres grass, forage, orchard, wassailing!, soft fruit, 9 polytunnels. PV , solarthermal. Woodburners,Biomass boiler,holiday letts. Have beef cattle suckler herd, approximately 40 cattle. 2 hives of Bees on farm; setting up new hives and learning how! 4 flocks laying chickens 150 hens). Grow high quality organic produce ( won awards) at affordable prices. Sell via box scheme (approx 60/week) & to hotels, shops and wholesale. Farm shop.Work includes repairing ancient stone hedges, collecting wood, renovating barns, cob, lime plastering. Also sowing, planting, watering and weeding crops, working in packing shed, with chickens and on occasion with cattle. Make our own conserves, apple juice, cider, cider vinegar, bread. Passive house with 3 bedrooms communal areas shared among WWOOFers. Skilled help and long stay welcome all year. 5 miles from N and S coasts, beaches. Near coast/coast cycle trail. Sorry no bikes. |
|Preview host|| A Resource Based Economy, RBE Farm North Wales, near Snowdonia. Short term and long term voluntary help wanted, particularly interested in those who wish to collaborate long term on developing this One Planet zero carbon vegan organic forest garden farm of 7 acres, in a beautiful little isolated wooded valley, & stream. Aims have always been to transition to the totally moneyless gift economy, we promote free economy values, living lightly, low impact, with low technology for environmental sustainability. We are completely off any mains services, so all outputs are composted, biodegradable. Part of the land is being left for wildlife. Help is appreciated from those wishing to learn skills, helping to develop our current projects, which are propagating seeds and cuttings of edible and useful perennials in the forest garden tree nursery, tree planting, some vegetable growing, development of the forest garden itself. Developing DIY small wind and solar projects, associated electronics, outside lighting, and easy telecoms between buildings. Some general work such as fencing and maintenance, and renovating the house. |
|Preview host||We have a small mixed organic farm with chickens, sheep vegetables and apples. We are passionate about farming in balance with nature while providing health giving produce for the local community. We work with permaculture, no dig, biodynamic and organic principles. |
We have two boys -8 and 3 years, and would be happy for some help in order to keep the farm and our children thriving.
We are looking for someone who is independent. We ask that we have privacy in our house to have our own family time.
It is important that you have an interest and enthusiasm to help on our farm. You must be able to communicate well in English, be fit to work and have plenty of energy, and a positive attitude. Jobs include: sorting eggs, packing salad, weeding, planting , harvesting.
Accommodation is in a caravan. There is a gas cooker, electricity, toilet and hot shower, self catering
Rural location, but only two miles from Newcastle Emlyn, and 8 miles from the sea.
|Preview host||On the western tip of the Isle of Mull looking out to the isles of Staffa and Iona, the croft extends to 24 hectares along the coast - Mainly Hebridean pasture, small areas of woodland, 1 hectare cut for hay; 10 Jacob sheep, poultry; 0.5 hectare fruit and vegetable garden, all managed organically, stocking our own croft shop with fresh and prepared foods; our own spinning and knitting kits; also supplying and managing self-catering accommodation. Croft work includes all aspects of gardening, picking, packing and preserving for shop, bracken cutting, composting. Accommodation is in a comfortable shared bothy/barn or caravan with its own cooking facilities; the washing and showering facilities are adjacent to our house. Wwoofers cook for themselves most of the time - we will provide lots of delicious seasonal organic and home-grown foods - and we enjoy eating together and being sociable a two or three times during the week. |
Working hours can be flexible so you have time to explore the islands. Our other passions - alternative technologies, Gaelic singing, local heritage.
|Preview host||Our home is in a rambling garden of fruit trees, veg patches and swimming ponds. With geese, chickens, a horse and four children grazing whatever soft fruit they can reach. The natural swimming pool has featured in Permaculture Magazine and has become the focus for occasional courses on pool building. We would love some help in the garden growing a variety of vegetables organically and assisting with any courses as they arise. |
|Preview host||We have a 36 acre smallholding, pasture, grazing and roughly 10 acres of wood. Currently we are looking for help in developing the house garden of some 4-5 acres with soft and hard landscaping. There is also work in the veg. garden, cutting firewood, coppicing of the woodland and general help around the place. We keep ponies, sheep, hens, and of course a very friendly collie. However there is not much work with livestock for most of the year. |
If you have lots or limited experience, we would like to hear from you.
|Preview host||We always value the contribution of all Wwoofers to help us grow crops we eat and drink, maintain the buildings/ land where we live and tend to the animals we keep. |
If you choose to come and join us here then we have a stone built Bothy we have converted for accommodation with en suite shower room and toilet. If you are a Couple Sharing (two close friends?) or One Person then living in a traditional stone built Bothy involves an open fire place, TV and living area.
There is very basic-rural WiFi that is slow- sorry but that is typical with highland living.
We have two farm cats and rely upon chickens for our own eggs. It is likely you will come in to contact with our cats and farm animals- please be aware that we do not host volunteer's dogs.
Typically you will be meeting other volunteers as well as getting involved in our own Celtic heritage. We want everyone to enjoy their time here and arrive open minded to meeting other nations.
|Preview host||Family home in Highland Glen. 3/4 acres vegetable and fruit garden using raised beds and traditional organic methods. 1.25 acres woodland. This year, with the help of wwoofers we are planning to put up a polytunnel, we always need help with digging, planting, weeding, pruning and general plant maintenance as well as wood cutting and stacking. We have 1 horse, 2 cats. Juliette practices traditional Chinese medicine and teaches yoga. Good cycling, walking and fishing. |
|Preview host||I have lived here for 30 years and had the land, 3 acres for about 20 years. |
It's all organic pastures and a small piece of woodland of which I have planted many trees and made a woodland walk have vegetable beds, fruit trees and orchard and polytunnel!
I need help with garden, weeding, strimming, planting trees, coppicing in Autumn, maintenance, preserving wood gates, green woodwork ,forest garden etc.
I prefer short term WWOOFers ie 2 weeks ,but I can be flexible depending on circumstances.
I live next to New Eco Village Lammas 10 minutes walk and running tours on Saturdays for £5.00!
So there is lots of interest in area , it is beautiful near Presili Mountains where Blue Stone fro stonehenge came from.
I am into yoga, meditation, healing etc I am an Artist and run Arts Workshops !
WWOOFers preferably need to cook for themselves, I will provide the food.
I like to occassionally share food together when possible too!
I have self contained flat or Art studio space and camping if these not available.
|Preview host||We have a Grade 1 listed Country Home in The beautiful Shropshire countryside which needs work on a over grown beautiful rose garden and vegetable garden which we want to develope some building work if you have the skills and general maintenance on the house , woodland and gardens . |
|Preview host||We are a smallholding in the Dartmoor national park, situated at the end of the road surrounded by ancient oak and hazel woodlands and a short walk away from the open moorland. We have hens and dogs and ponies , a veg garden and polytunnel and various fruit trees and bushes. We try to lead a low impact lifestyle aiming to grow lots of our own food and source our wood and meat locally . We are working towards using the ponies to help us gather the firewood. There are two homes here, myself and two children in one and a like minded couple in the other. The woofing accommodation consists of a stone bunk barn with double bed, woodburner with oven, double futon sofa, armchair , gas stove and kettle, If this is occupied there is the possibility of staying in a bell tent. The local market town is Tavistock which has a thriving market and farmers market, about 15 mins drive away. |
|Preview host||We live in a lovely small town on the River Tweed, Peebles and are active members of the local environmental group, Tweedgreen, encouraging local food, sustainable transport and changing from fossil fuels to woodfuel. |
We own a small woodland 7 miles north of Peebles, accessible by bus and bike, where we grow and harvest our woodfuel to supply our log burning boiler and stoves.
An adjacent piece of land is harvested by Tweedgreen members for community use.
We would welcome help on the woodland and offer accommodation either in a treehouse in the wood, or in our home.
Tweedgreen also has a small community garden in the heart of Peebles which offers work.
|Preview host||Our Farm is a 10-acre smallholding on a Site of Special Conservation Interest in the West Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It lies three miles inland from the sea at Charmouth. Five miles to the west is the Georgian seaside town of Lyme Regis, while the same distance to the east is the rope-making centre and thriving market town of Bridport. |
Under the guidance of the Woodland Trust, we are undertaking a programme of restoration, with the aim of protecting this species-rich environment, preserving wildlife habitats, and making the land manageable and productive once more. Work includes land clearance, control of invasive species, planting, fencing, habitat creation and enhancement and general maintenance. Guests will need to be physically fit and happy to work hard, but the effort is well rewarded as we bring new life to this beautiful piece of land.
Guests will share a comfortable bedroom in the main farmouse and all meals will be provided. The pub is five minutes walk away, and local towns, beaches and coastal paths are accessible on foot and by bus.
|Preview host||Den of Marmalade is a small lodging house (4-5 guests) with 3 other properties (apartments) in Aberdeen, so there is continual maintenance work, general housework and garden work. I am Vicki the owner, my daughter Jessica (22) plus Teddy the dog and Felix the cat. |
I am a hypnotherapist and have just published my first book - hence the need for admin assistance from time to time. I also teach personal development and meditation.
We have only been hosting since 2014 therefore not so experienced and eager to learn. We have a composter and a bug hostel and are learning to be more organic, looking in the future to growing veg and keep hens and ducks. We would also like the shower in the caravan repaired, perhaps a yurt or earth house and a hot tub in the garden - so if you have any special skills in any of these areas please let me know.
|Preview host||We are an organic, family-run smallholding producing hens' eggs, pork, lamb and vegetables. We have opportunities in animal and plant husbandry, as well as low-impact construction. We are nestled within Hardy country and a stone's throw from the world famous Jurassic Coast. |
|Preview host||A socially engaged arts organisation based in the Huntly, a rural town in Aberdeenshire. We connect artists, communities and places through creative research and engagement. |
We are currently working on a community food growing project, utilising our own small kitchen garden, the local allotment individuals gardens and other local spaces. The project is supporting individuals, groups and organisations to grow more food and compost more waste.
|Preview host||We have been developing our 2 acre garden on organic principles for the last 20 years. We have areas of vegetables and soft fruit, flower borders, stream-side plantings, pond, orchard, wild life shaded woodland and free-ranging hens. The vegetable area includes a greenhouse, polytunnel and raised beds. |
We require help in the maintenance of all of these areas. Your commitment and interest in things organic is more important than experience!
Accommodation is provided in our house attached to historic water mill.
The small market town of Pocklington is a 15 minute walk. There are regular bus services to Hull, Beverley, Driffield and York.
We are interested in improving our basic language skills in German and Italian.
|Preview host||A 27 acre small holding close to the North Devon coast. |
We are keen to invigorate and bring new life into the once loved farm which has a 400 year old farm house with cob & flint walls, beams and stone floors and a number of cob built barns.
We are South facing with views of Dartmoor.
Ideal for beaches, walking, horse riding, cycling, fishing & Surfing.
We have an old Ford Tractor , Quad, Sit on mowers and an abundance of tools for cutting , slicing & splitting wood.
The Farm is split into paddocks for Pigs, Sheep, Hay, River meadow, Blue bell woods, Poly tunnel field, Fruit cage field, Orchard, greenhouse, raised beds, Yards & Gardens.
Our 2 rivers with fishing rights are the perfect spot to pitch your tent if you want rather. Bordering Nature reserve so have wonderul wildlife like Deer, Owls, Woodpeckers, Swallows & Bats everywhere.
We have chickens, ducks, turkeys, pigs, sheep & horses on the land as well as barn cats and a family dog.
|Preview host||We are a 5000 acre family run estate set in the north perthshire hills. The garden and woodland extend to about 8Ha, the garden includes a vegetable garden, an orchard, an herbaceous border, shrubbery and policies woodland. We have recently felled much of the inappropriate spruce planting around the garden and are creating new garden areas within the original designed landscape, we are also trying to restore the burn walk featuring spectacular waterfalls and rock outcrops, this includes building new bridges, summer houses, path restoration and rhododendron and laurel clearance. We can find work for anyone ranging from light weeding to heavy scrub clearing. WWOOFers stay in a bunkroom adjacent to the main house. Animal lovers are a must, as we have dogs, cats, chickens and ponies. We cannot accomodate vegetarians or smokers. |
|Preview host||We own a 4 acre garden & hotel which we want to turn into a holistic centre. We have lived in the Snowdonia national park for nearly 3 years this May. our plan is to turn our garden into a friendly vegetable garden with A poly tunnel to grow our own organic vegetables and fruits to serve in our restaurant & Also patches of wild flowers like dandelions used for medicinal purposes & to teach people how important it is to encourage birds wildlife & insects into our gardens. Our garden is not cultivated yet in a lot of areas. We also have a field we would like to culivate part of it. with flowers & trees. we have two caravan areas we would like gardens round both of those.There are wooded areas also which need a bit of care some of the trees are rather large now. |
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Organic grass farm with Beef Shorthorn suckler herd and some Tamworth pigs.
Horses are a part of the outfit as daughter and grand daughters ride.
Host does B&B for walkers using the nearby Ridgeway National Trail which is also excellent for riding and cycling.
|Preview host||We are a small family living in beautiful place over looking the sea in Dorset surrounded by National Trust farmland. Our house is 300 years old and we have 5 acre fields and about 5 acres woodland. We keep chickens, 6 sheep, 2 pigs and grow our own vegetables. We need help with gardening, vegetable garden , digging, weeding etc, fencing, felling trees, coppicing, building a bread oven, a tree house and other odd jobs. |
There is plenty of beach life here across the fields and Bridport is a young and lively town, 45 min walk.
. Self contained , self motivated , independent wwoofers are welcome, Accommodation is in a mobile home in the field, it is self catering here, i provide your food .
Five minute bycycle into town or the beach.
There are lots of jobs to do.
|Preview host||Old cob cottage being refurbished in the far south west of Cornwall, 2 miles to the beach, 6 miles to the closest big town with train and bus station, on a good bus route and 20 minute walk to the nearest village with local shops, post office and 2 pubs. Push bikes can be requested. |
Traditional techniques and materials being used in an eco friendly way, helping hands needed for general renovation and wood work, any creative input much appreciated.
If preferred there is a 3rd of an acre of garden with grass, bushes, weeds, greenhouses, raised vegetable beds, possible future fruit garden and pond in need of TLC.
Choose from a wooden cabin, small caravan or camping, all with cooking facilities. Use of a toilet and hot shower in out buildings and Wi-Fi available. A hearty vegetarian or vegan lunch will be provided.
|Preview host||I live in a ground floor home with very large garden, right in the middle of Central London with lots of amenities and attractions. I am an avid gardener with lots of experience of organic gardening. Due to a slight disability, I now need help to maintain and develop my 20m x 10m flower garden and large vegetable patch. I have a damaged lawn which would benefit from some knowledgeable help. Some occasional help around the house would also be appreciated. |
Accommodation is in either a comfortable, small box room or in the living room with a sofa bed (or camping on the lawn if preferred). I am an excellent cook and can cater for most diets. Alternatively I will provide food if self-catering is preferred. Woofers from diverse cultures are welcome but good English is expected. Will suit a friendly, relaxed WWOOFER with a bit of experience.
|Preview host||Croft (Small holding) on the Isle of Great Bernera, Connected by a bridge to the Isle of Lewis on the Western Isles. A very beautiful part of the world but wet, windy and wild. |
We need independent folk to come and help with heavy farm/croft work for about 5 hours a day.
There is animal work, digging ditches, working at the peats, helping at shearing, digging up rushes, gathering seaweed, helping fencing, possibly re-thatching this year etc, mostly all hard physical work. So please be prepared for that, if you wish to come.
In exchange is your own room. A shower, clothes washed for you and all (vegetarian) meals, 2 free days a week, limited Wi-Fi Jollies to traditional music nights, visits to local SSSIs and joining in with the family activities
We don’t take people all year round because of the severe weather conditions in November, December, January, February, and are too busy in July and August. But are always interested to meet different folk and prefer a 2 week stay. Thank you.
|Preview host||2 WWOOFA's needed to help on our gorgeous working farm. |
Located just outside Hay on Wye on the border of Wales and England. The perfect opportunity to improve your English and/or experience a gorgeous part of England.
- gardening/farm maintenance
- growing veg, fruit etc.
- making jams, cakes
- feeding/taking care of animals (sheep, alpacas, pygmy goats, pygmy horses, chickens)
- cleaning tents/cottages
Guests stay on the farm all year round so helpful, sociable approachable WWOOFAs would be great!
You'll share a large bedroom (double bed) in the Farmhouse (suits a couple or 2 really good friends) plus your own bathroom. The farmhouse is shared with Kesri and Paul (owners), 2 children and 2 gorgeous dogs Coco and Shadow.
We are looking for genuine people who love animals & nature and have a can do working attitude - we have a great team ethos at Drovers. The summer season is very busy with lots of guests, socialising, campfires and pizza nights!
Work is in exchange for accommodation & food.
Any questions, please email :)
|Preview host||We moved here in 2014 with the aim of bringing the land back into productivity. We have our own water supply, sewerage and wind turbine We need most help developing the vegetable garden where the work will include sowing, growing, hoeing, mowing, weeding, feeding, picking and processing. We would like to make more vegetable beds. We also have 2 cows and 6 sheep which, apart from the cows, are raised for meat. We have a cat and a very excitable dog who loves to meet new people. In 2017 we harvested gooseberries, red,white and blackcurrants, blackberries, purple sprouting broccoli, leeks, courgettes and pumpkins. |
It would be best to make first contact by email as we are often a long way from the phone.
|Preview host||Experienced estate gardener/manager looking for volunteer help with a garden and various estate work I have a large skills base I would like to share with people.I want to reestablish my vegetable garden which has been turned into grass for the last 10 years but was very successful and are seeking to develop more self sufficient living.this is a lovely location with plenty of scope for outdoor pursuits or interests.pub 1km away.long term volunteers also a possibility.good food and room. |
|Preview host||We have a small manor house near to Bassenthwaite Lake . Loads of woods and the start of a garden . Some of the buildings are of historical excellence and is a property that needs sympathetic understanding . |
In the middle of nowhere and peaceful . Would suit younger wwoofers because of the terrain .
We would like wwoofers to be part of the start of the gardens and all work will be recorded as a diary of works . We want the wwoofers to be included as a significant part of the re structure .
|Preview host||We will provide WWOOFers with contact to a wide variety of working initiatives in horticulture, agriculture and renewable energy. We are located on the edge of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The 116 acre farm runs to the top of the most easterly hill of the Preseli range and commands views of both Snowdon, Cardigan Bay and Somerset (on a clear day). The Preseli Hills are the mysterious source of the blue stones of Stonehenge. Help is primarily needed with a developing market garden on the farm, so WWOOFers can expect a lot of plant establishment, tending and land work. If WWOOFer would like to help out occasionally with the farm's flock of sheep and vehicle biofuel business then there will possibilities there also. Sometimes it is hard to predict what will be the priority job of the day however any one around when the hay comes in is sure to get involved there. A friendly welcome awaits any suitable WWOOFer who would like to help us on this very diverse, beautiful, rural farm. |
|Preview host||Small, 20 acre holding, shetland sheep, goats, chickens, programme of hedge restoration and fencing to create wildlife habitats, also vegetables and fruit grown on a small scale. We cut our own fire wood. Quiet location in a valley about 1 mile from village. German spoken. We make our own bread, yogurt, cheese and wwoofers are welcome to help and also to cook. We are into woolcrafts such as spinning, weaving and dyeing and wwoofers can learn. We are not vegetarian but we have plenty of vegetables in the summer months. |
|Preview host||We are a 4 acre market garden producing a variety of summer and winter vegetables. We are Biodynamic Certified (Demeter) and welcome Wwoofers who are interested in organic and biodynamic farming practices. |
We are part of a Farm where a group of converted farm buildings house independent, unique shops, a coffee shop and Burwash Larder, where some of our produce is sold. There is also a Post Office/Corner shop close by and two village pubs.
If you would like to come and Wwoof with us, are over the age of 21 and motivated to learn about market gardening, we would love to hear from you - please write and tell us a little about yourselves.
We can take two people together, so a couple or friends/family.
|Preview host||We are the proud new custodians of a permaculture project at Rubha Phoil, Isle of Skye. |
This is a beautiful 15-acre peninsula covered in stunning native woodland, with breathtaking views across the Sound of Sleat to the mountains of Knoydart and the small isles. Lichen-covered birch, beech and rowan trees, a rich under-storey and an abundance of birdsong create a feeling of wilderness that is usually hard to come by. Otters and seals are regularly spotted near the shore as well as 70+ different bird species.
|Preview host||We run a Residential Retreat centre 5 miles from Glastonbury. |
We have 7 acres of land located in a quiet village in a beautiful landscape.
We have a small vegetable garden, a polytunnel, a fruit cage, orchard, flower borders and fields. And some hens.
We require help with general gardening, house-keeping and helping cutting vegetables or clearing out in the main kitchen.
A room or a caravan with heating and electricity is supplied. There is Internet access. Bathroom facilities are in a separate building. Food provided is all vegetarian and is supplied by the centre and sometimes self catering at lunch time, raw materials provided.
We welcome volunteers for short term and are also keen on long term gardener who can take responsibility and overview of the vegetable garden we are creating.
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|Preview host||Property had Soil Association status in the past and is still managed organically. We need help with tree planting and maintenance of both new and established woodland as well as maintaining/developing a wetland area and paths and footbridges in the woodland. There is also work improving pasture. Comfortable accommodation in the house, own shower shared kitchen and living rooms if you want to cook. Prefer to have 2 wwoofers at once - couples or friends |
|Preview host||We are a small farm in North Devon growing ORGANIC FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES predominantly for the local market . We believe in a holistic approach to growing, encouraging biodiversity and working with nature. |
Over the past few years we have built up a supportive network of customers who buy from us twice weekly in the local pannier market in South Molton.
In the summer we predominately grow and supply seasonal English flowers for the local market and for an increasing number of weddings. We work with local florists to provide a complete floral wedding package.
We grow a range of summer salad vegetables and as the autumn progresses we move from flowers to the full range of autumn and winter vegetables, again sold mainly at our market stall in South Molton.
The farm is run by Ant and Penny and a small team of wonderful and willing helpers.
|Preview host||Family farm on the edge of the scenic Trossachs National Park. We run 275 head of sheep and 100 Scottish red deer. The sheep are fattened off grass and the deer calves we sell at weaning. We make our own hay and silage. Jamie Fletcher was Chairman of Central Scotland FWAG (Farmers Wildlife Advisory Group) and we try and promote biodiversity on the farm. We would much appreciate any help we could get from a wwoofer who might be interested in sheep, deer and Scottish life. |
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We raise red deer, and grow organic blueberries,oats and barley on our organic farm. We are 5 miles from Elgin, and about 10 miles from the beautiful Moray coast.
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10 hectare, off-grid organic growing site totally surrounded by 100 hectares of woodland near Sheffield. This makes our site unique and pretty special. We have a vegan kitchen, 5 compost toilets, solar panels supplying 12V to a roundhouse, We have a 9 x 30m polytunnel , a large straw-bale barn and 1000 square metre vegetable garden.
We are looking for enthusiastic people who are into working outside....and can contribute in the kitchen, washing up, singing or playing musical instruments around the fire.
We are into permaculture and grow organic veg. We have many tasks , indoors and outside. We will never be short of jobs.
We have a young dog (Jasper) living here and a visiting cat (Scratchy) lots of wild animals including buzzards, kestrels, owls, snakes, squirrels, .
There are lots good walks in the surrounding woodland, we are next to a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The Peak District National Park is close by and for those who prefer city life Sheffield is a large city with 2 universities and is 6 miles away. NON SMOKERS only