|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 their calves 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||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||Family living in an off grid eco-cabin on 20 acres land owned by a Permaculture farm trust. The farm has beautiful conservation wild flower meadows, established woodland and new plantings. |
We manage the smallholding by hand. A large garden provides most of our own veg plus a surplus for market. We have two goats, a flock of Shetland sheep, Shetland cow and calf, bees in Warre hives and ducks. We also run a business, Scythe Cymru, teaching and selling scythes.
Can teach scything, hedging and other skills for low impact living. We plant using Biodynamic star calender.
|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, bees, programme of hedge restoration and fencing to create wildlife habitats, also vegetables and fruit grown on a small scale. Quiet location in a valley about 1 mile from village. German spoken. woolcrafts: spinning, felting, weaving; bread-making, wine-making. We are not vegetarian but we have plenty of vegetables in the summer months |
|Preview host||I have a 4 acre market garden producing a variety of summer and winter vegetables grown using biodynamic principles. |
Accommodation is in comfortable, roomy caravan, on site at the plot. There is mains water, electricity via solar panel and a bathroom with toilet, sink and separate shower. Cooking is on a gas hob and oven. The plot is in the small, friendly village of Barton with Burwash Manor Farm shops and a Post Office/Corner close by. There are also two village pubs.
Cambridge is 5 miles from the plot site with local buses from the village to Cambridge or you can use the bikes we have at the plot!
Cambridge is a lovely historic University City with lots to see and do.
London is an hour from Cambridge on the train.
|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 are an environmental education project located in the Forest of Dean, Gloucesteshire. We are a conscious, transitory community that provides a space for people to connect with nature and learn more about it. |
We are currently looking for long term volunteers who are interested in being a part of a live-in community and sharing the vision. We take volunteers for a MINIMUM of 2 months and we priorities placements for people who are interested in a more long term stay, 6 months.
We also have a food growing garden and are currently looking for someone or a couple with experience in organic food growing to head the garden project with the option to expand it to set up a small market garden business for your own development.
Right now we are particularly interested in recruiting people with DIY skills.
|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.
Please show a photo on your listing. Thank you
|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
|Preview host||We prefer wwoofers who have a good conversational level of English and will prioritise those who are interested in Permaculture and self reliance. |
We are a family of three and a dog living by the sea in the east of England, trying to be as self sufficient as possible without being fanatical about it. We try to structure our garden on organic, Permaculture principles, recycling our rainwater and grey water through a reed bed. Our home uses solar energy and wood for cooking, space and water heating and we generate solar electricity. We grow and eat our own vegetables, fruit, eggs and honey. We are creating this ourselves (DIY) mostly from recycled materials.
We have a piece of ancient woodland and some of our time is spent there managing the wood; logging, planting trees and clearing bracken and brambles. We are a Permaculture Land Learning Center so we are keen to have visitors who are interested in Permaculture. We are now the proud owners of an electric car (Citroen C1 Ev'iE)
|Preview host||We have a one acre site which is being developed using organic and permaculture methods. We keep free range chickens and ducks. We have fruit trees, soft fruit, edible perennials & grow a lot of vegetables. Surplus veg and fruit are made in to jams and wines, sold or bartered. The site is used to teach permaculture and edible landscaping with courses and tours being run on the property from time to time and as such is a centre for education. However, most of the time the garden is not being used for classes and so most of the time wwoofers will be working alone or with one or more other wwoofers. There is a huge variety of tasks at any time of year – sowing, planting, weeding, harvesting. sheet mulching, chickens, ducks etc. Inexperience with the tasks is not a problem as we have a great deal of experience but the willingness to work hard and be physically fit is essential. We are close to Cardiff centre and other attractions - Gower, Brecon. Pls look at extended description before applying. |
|Preview host||Looking for friendly, honest, hardworking and sense of humour person to help with gardening – weeding, planting, plus help on the allotment. Also pointing work to stone walls approx 2m high. Other tasks - painting windows, help in the house etc, but no task is something that I can't do - I will only ask for work that I can do, but have no time to do myself! The variety of work to do is weather dependent and, so there is no definite routine to the day other than meals! |
Sometimes my husband needs help on the allotment at the weekends or if he has a particular project. Basically it would help if you were flexible with your time. There is plenty of entertainment locally as well as in town to which to explore. We live by the sea and only 4 miles from the centre of Edinburgh.
On the language front - I only speak very basic foreign languages, but have plenty of dictionaries and sign language! Please note that I don't take WWOOFers in January, August, November and December.
|Preview host||We are an off grid small holding and part of the Ecological Land Co-ops first site. We are living in temporary accommodation (static caravans) while we establish our small holding . We grow medicinal and culinary herbs,and food for ourselves. Helen is a medical herbalist and makes her own medicines. We have a range of different things we need help with and are especially looking for wwoofers with growing experience and skills. We would also welcome a long term wwoofer or pair of wwoofers to stay for the whole growing season. |
|Preview host||We live in the middle of Norfolk near the village of North Elmham, 25kms from the North Norfolk coast. Our home is on a small farm with woods, parkland, lake, barns and stables. A large garden with borders, lawns and shrubbery. A walled garden containing vegetables, apples, pears, cherries and other fruit. Bees, sheep and free range chickens are also kept. Accommodation is in the home in a self-contained flat (bedroom with 2 beds, bathroom, kitchen and sitting room, TV) with additional bedrooms, toilet and shower facilities in the main house. Access to wifi. |
Help welcomed from individuals or couples with some experience of outside work and practical skills. Work includes weeding, clearing, pruning and mowing. Help in the vegetable garden, watering and fruit picking. Projects include removing ivy from walls, clearing overgrown areas, cutting trees, log splitting and stacking. Other seasonal tasks as appropriate.
Looking for pleasant, sociable, easy going people who love dogs, are happy to help and join in. We need up to 3 WWOOFers. Ideal for a couple or single people. No smoking in the house.
|Preview host||We live in a beautiful part of North Yorkshire close to the Yorkshire Dales. Here we sow and grow cut flowers in our garden and our walled garden nearby. At the moment we do everything ourselves, keep things natural and chemical free and love our jobs. We sell to a few local florists, Farmer's markets and through local deliveries. Most of our work is for weddings and we offer a budget Pick Your Own service straight from our garden. Now in our fifth year of growing we are a small operation but slowly expanding and never have enough hours in the garden. |
About us...Barney is a gardener and Clarey was a teacher and now florist. We are both very relaxed, fun and fair and happily welcome you to come and stay in our family. Guests have their own corner of the house with a door to shut at the end of the day and give some privacy. We are really looking forward to meeting new people through the WWOOF scheme and having some help in the garden.
|Preview host||We are a sustainable organic hill farm on Loch Fyne. We have 6 Jersey cows, who are milked for 6 months of the year. The milk is used to make cheese/yogurt/butter in our new onsite cheesery. The production and selling of these are in the early stages. We also have 60 hens, selling the eggs at the road end, along with home made farm produce and crafts everyday. We grow our fruit and veg in the poly tunnels. Our 4 Collie dogs are incredibly friendly and varying degrees of sheepdog qualifications, the youngest is still in training. We also grow and sell flowers in the garden for local charities. |
Great Auntie Lyd is the hardest working member, and 92 years old! We take joy in looking after and supporting everyone on the farm. There is often a lot of people to feed and so there is a massive range of the help needed: in the garden, in the kitchen, making cheese, milking cows, training sheepdogs! We aim to carry out all our small enterprises in a sustainable way.
|Preview host||A 10 acre Soil Association licenced organic small holding with pasture, woodland, lake, walled garden and kitchen garden. |
Growing seasonal produce in walled garden and orchard (apples, pears, plums, gages, cherries & quince). Laying hens, and pair of Red Poll/ store lambs/ 2-3 pigs. New soft fruit area planted out 2011/12.
Woodland provides firewood & some timber. Some hedgelaying and coppicing November to March.
Small scale seasonal organic fruit & veg box scheme (May-November) & deliveries to organic market in Norwich.
Guest accommodation in main house or cottage on site with central heating, 1 double & 1 single bedroom, living room, bathroom with shower (Cottage being renovated 2017) Meals with us in barn conversion next door but self catering available if preferred. Space for tents on site if needed. Particularly interested in weekend WWOOFers but extended stays possible in school holidays: 29/5/17-2/6/17 and 24/7/17 - 1/9/17
|Preview host||"Field stations are places where we can read the book of life in the language in which it was written." |
— James Kirchner, U.C. Berkeley
To engage in the development of programs, both collectively and with related organisations/networks, and via teaching and research activities. To develop a self-sustaining model which can offer a space to share and apply knowledge and creative processes, that are gathered and developed by practitioners involved in addressing sustainable social and eco-change. We are working towards a 2021 completion goal.
|Preview host||We work with 40 acres of land, with garden, woodlands and grazing in a sheltered valley two miles from the sea in north Pembrokeshire. We need help with our vegetable gardens, milking, coppicing our woodlands and generally caring for the land. |
We have a family of jersey cows, sheep, ponies, ducks and hens.
There is always great variety of tasks to help with and our practical guidance in tackling them.
We adopt organic practices and regard the health of this land as a main priority. We seek to make our holding significantly independent in food, fuel and power and share this goal with like-minded neighbours. We practise various healing skills and love to celebrate the Earth’s cycles with music around a fire.
There is a community barn where we have yoga, chi gong, music nights and run small informal healing and creative workshops.
Food is provided for the self-catering flat and some shared meals. We have some beautiful camping spaces. Phone to discuss options.
|Preview host||We live in the Yorkshire Dales, in a big sustainable development house. We also have a straw bale house to lend to vistors. We need help with the vegetable gardens, looking after the chickens, and are now interested in getting help with designing and installing a hydroelectric system, to complement the PV panels and solar water system, already installed. Other work involves stone walls, general building repairs, land drains, gardening, lawn mowing, small building projects etc. |
Visitors have their own small house, web access, all meals etc. Happy family home, Christian, mostly vegetarian. Police check required.
|Preview host||I have a 2acre smallholding on a south west facing slope. It was a derelict nursery when I moved here 20 years ago. I am still developing the site using permaculture principles. I grow a few vegetables that I sell from the garden gate. I get plenty of fruit from an orchard and soft fruit bushes I planted about 12 years ago. I have 10 hens, a cat and a friendly dog, and also 5 allotments which are operated on a land share basis. There is a stand of willow and I am developing a copse from ash trees we've coppiced. I still have plenty of projects and ideas which I need help with including planting a wildflower meadow and sorting firewood. |
|Preview host||Smallholding with 3 bedroom house; 0.1 hectare fruit + veg garden; 0.8 hectare field starting development as orchard and vegetable area; 1 hectare forest. This isn't a commercial operation. It is a move to a more eco friendly lifestyle. It isn't mechanised. Besides the listed hours, some help with food preparation in the evenings is expected. The surrounding area is very rural and scenic within the North Yorkshire Moors National park. The main activity outside of work is walking and cycling. You need to be reasonably fit to take advantage. You can't get here by public transport on a Sunday and I don't have a car to pick you up. |
|Preview host||We are 125 acre pastoral farm situated on the outskirts of Ilminster in Somerset, producing 100% grass-fed beef & lamb as well as raising pastured meat chickens (Joel Salatin style) and Christmas geese. We follow Holistic, Regenerative and Organic farming principles to ensure we produce the healthiest meat from the happiest animals whilst also working with nature to enhance and diversify the ecology of our farm. |
Our produce is marketed directly to the end consumer through our website and we hope very soon to be able to launch a small shop on the farm.
Volunteers can learn about our organic and regenerative farming practices and develop skills in animal husbandry, low stress livestock handling, Holistic Management, mob-grazing, pasture-raising poultry, construction projects, direct retailing, social media and digital marketing. We also hope to learn from you and would be delighted to utilise any skills and expertise that you would like to share.
|Preview host||Based on the edge of Brobourne Forest, we make green timber buildings, charcoal, have an orchard and very keen on promoting Biochar. A small Vineyard next door is keeping us busy. can teach green woodworking/coppicing, always expanding our skill set. |
|Preview host||The Centre is a land-based social enterprise. Over the past 13 years the charity has been developing a formerly derelict 23 acre farm as a cultural and environmental centre. The project is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and Welsh speaking communities. |
The charity employs 2 staff who are supported by local volunteers who coordinate the garden projects and building work.
This year the work will be mainly eco-building which will involve skilled framing & joinery and lime plastering work. We are also looking for experienced organic gardeners to work in the biodynamic community gardens during the summer preferably over longer periods of around 3 months.
The work is physically demanding and the accommodation basic but homely. We can accommodate up to 6 volunteers at any one time. The setting is an extraordinary open maritime landscape of rugged coastline and rolling hills,
. The centre is fairly remote and the nearest shop & pub is at Aberdaron a small coastal village 4 miles away.
|Preview host||Our project is to develop this barren agricultural field (13.5 acres) into a mixed use farm growing cereals, fruits and vegetables, employing principles of permaculture and forest gardening as well as managing the land to encourage biodiversity. Because we are bakers we have been growing old varieties of wheat to use in our breads and cakes. We are just at the beginning of this project. We have had 3 years of harvests of buckwheat, oats and wheat. This year the land is largely fallow, we have planted clover cover crops, but do have test plots of different types of heritage grains. We are also making this spring 6 vegetable gardens to supply ourselves and the bakery which is in London. The farm is certified with the Soil Association and is in conversion to organic. We are currently building a yurt, and have a large bell tent (and other tents for guests). There is no electricity or mains water, but we have compost toilet and are developing the rainwater harvesting facilities for irrigation and drinking. |
|Preview host||Live in warm static caravan with cathedral views |
Running Biomass boiler, filling with wood, sorting wood,
feeding animals pigs goats sheep calves chickens
Picking fruit grapes cherries apples pears plums
tidying and improving area around caravan and boiler
|Preview host||Gill and James run a small vineyard and cider orchard near Wells. We produce wine and cider which we sell at local markets and food festivals. In the summer we run vineyard tours and wine tastings. |
We also have a small flock of sheep, some chickens and a friendly Labrador called Kara.
We grow vegetables and fruit in our vegetable garden and polytunnel.
This year we are aiming to restore our old cider orchard on the side of the hill. The work involves clearing areas of brambles and scrub. Gathering up and stacking firewood and repairing broken fencing.
During the summer we have visitors to the vineyard and winery and we would like to smarten up the appearance of the place. This might involve weeding paths, painting, equipment, generally making the place look tidy and some maintenance work.
There wil also be some help needed in the vineyard and possibly some bottling and labelling of cider as well as help in the vegetable garden and polytunnel.
|Preview host||Situated South Lakes, close to good walking/biking country. |
Three orchards, apple and damson. Managed traditionally - no chemicals.
Veg grown on organic principles. Flower garden and glasshouse, polytunnel. Propagation for table top sales.
NGS open gardens and orchards July.
Help required in seasonal orchard work and fruit juice production/bottling.
some inside work bottling and juicing. Guidance with orchard/garden techniques given.
Couples/good friends welcome as work is often easier and more fun with two pairs of hands!
Our home is a very small traditional cottage. Volunteer accommodation: One double bedroom, one attic double bedroom. One bathroom shared with hosts. Home cooking,
Weekend WWOOFers welcome. Possibility of house sit on occasions.
Phone evenings for quick response. Email; sometimes slow to check. No mobile phone reception but wifi available in the house. We can't receive text messages.
Wwoofers still needed for fruit picking Sept.
|Preview host||We are a mixed livestock farm run by an extended family who have lived on Eday for over 40 years. All members of the family ( from 74 years old to 10 years old) enjoy meeting new folk - especially those that share their interest in & commitment to good husbandry & a love of the wildlife and environment around them. |
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for an adaptable, flexible outdoor person to work in a unique setting, as part of a family team on and around the beautiful Orkney islands of Eday and North Pharay.
Ideally we would be asking for a one month commitment at a time ( from April through to August) from someone who is able to turn their hand to a variety of jobs based around a busy calving and lambing period, but shorter stays are also welcome. For those who enjoy the outdoors and don't mind getting their hands dirty this is the perfect opportunity to experience life in the north isles of Orkney.
|Preview host||Our hillside smallholding is close to the town of Hay on Wye famous for books. The countryside is beautiful. Our smallholding was once part of the Baskerville Estate. We have a variety of animals- ducks, hens, horses, sheep, dogs and cats. We grow our own vegetables, fruit and salads. Since looking after a very sick and elderly relative recently we have got behind in our work and need to crack on now- re-establishing our vegetable plots, and in particular working in our ancient woodland. |
We aim to grow as much as we can using organic and permaculture methods- the latter is a new concept for us.
This is Wales, remember, and our house is in the hills. It can be wet and grey even in the summer! It is often windy.
|Preview host||We run group events host retreats and holiday makers. |
We offer Holistic Therapies coaching and spiral guidance.
We are located about 6 miles from the local town of Lampeter
Currently our goal is to built a Eco toilet
Improve Drainage for the land
Clear land to improve use.
Create woodland paths.
Starting a vegetable plot
Genaral land maintaince
|Preview host||We are a family farm on 20 acres in Wootton Fitzpaine, West Dorset (20 min walk to the sea). We produce vegetables, jams, juice,cider, herbal products, lamb, pork, eggs and cheese. We are looking for volunteer to work with us 3 days a week in exchange for food, accommodation and the chance to learn about all aspects of the farm. Volunteers would be free on other days to explore the area or work on projects. |
Milking and cheese-making
Vegetable planting, weeding and harvesting
Working with livestock and butchery
Jam, juice and herbal products.
Helping with building, firewood and fencing.
We would like to eat with the volunteer, if they want to, on the 3 days of work, but would ask them to be self- sufficient in cooking (fruit, veg, etc provided) on the other days of the week. Own transport by bike or car is helpful because we are remotely located.
There may also be opportunities for people to join in with campaigning work on food sovereignty issues, as we are active in La Via Campesina.
|Preview host||We would like to invite people for various woodland management projects as well as general help with the farm. We would also like some help with our camping projects. The work is not heavy |
|Preview host||We are a small eco project offering woodland craft courses and secluded yurt camping based in the High Weald of Sussex. We have 2 yurts and a log cabin. This site 6 acres of which 3.5 acres of which is ancient woodland which requires regular maintenance, coppicing and management. We are creating a Forest Garden. Forest Gardening is one of the oldest forms of permaculture where a myriad of useful (mainly edible) plants are grown within the 7 layers of the canopy. We have several bee hives, half a dozen chickens and a small apple orchard. We have a productive vegetable garden. And we have created a large and abundant wildlife pond. |
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Our Registered Organic Small holding is located on 3 sites along the Oxford Canal. We companion crop pumpkins, squash, and maize; in the Autumn we supply high end restaurants in London like The Royal Academy and The National Gallery.
We work the fields up starting in late March/early April. Planting follows with either seeds directly into the furrows or plants brought on by a nursery. Then follows hand and hoe weeding and often times water from a large tank behind a tractor.
We heat and cook almost exclusivly on wood which we process here at the farm with chainsaw, large tractor driven table saw and axe. There is always tidying up to do. We have hens for eggs and wood burners for hot water and drying clothes and cooking. Buildings are mostly 18th century stone barns recycled into useful buildings. Would appreciate some help at any time from April through to harvest.
This experience best suits graduate students who need certification of a real work experience. If you are looking for a holiday please look elsewhere.
|Preview host||We have a smallholding in the "Blue Remembered Hills", an area designated of outstanding natural beauty near to the Welsh border. 2 of our fields are hay meadows, 2 grazing fields, a small woodland (which I planted) and an orchard. We have chickens, sheep sometimes, 2 ponies and 5 dogs. There are 4 wildlife ponds on the land; we are very keen on conservation and we feed and monitor the birds (we have no cats for that reason). Our 2 poly-tunnels provide us with many vegetables and we also have two vegetable gardens. The house is very old - we do not know how old. |
I am an examination marker so I can work from home. My husband is retired. We are dedicated to keeping our land organic and helping native wildlife. WWOOFers with an interest in conservation, gardening or farming are especially welcome.
|Preview host||We love to welcome volunteers at our Community in Wales, Uk as volunteers. |
We are an intentional community currently made up of 2 families, and a couple, and some young adults. The children here are home educated.
We also have 2 dogs, 4 cats and 29 goldfish in the pond,12 chickens and a cockerel. We aw interested in sustainable off grid living and eco education( the fun and interesting way), biodynamic gardening and permaculture. But over autumn winter focus on developing the buildings and wooding. We are close to the Presilly mountains and not far to the coast.
|Preview host||37 acre off grid farm just south of Oxford. Jersey cows providing grass fed raw milk (the cows keep their calves, I only take the surplus milk), Shetland sheep, goats, pigs, working ponies and poultry. There is a vegetable garden, with fruit, herbs and flowers and two polytunnels. Run by owner with occasional help. Agroforestry plantings are ongoing and more pond creation envisaged. Interest in permaculture and aCSA is being launched early next year. Aiming for total self reliance, attempting to be carbon neutral in the next five years and learning to work with horses. |
|Preview host||We welcome you to 13 acres of Organic pasture and Woodland. Our trees range from 0-400 years old including some of the finest Zelkova Carpinifolia specimens in the country. We also have a pond, keep bees and graze sheep on our pasture land. We now have chickens and pet pigs! |
We have started growing organic produce this year sourcing the best heirloom seeds we can find and would love you to be involved.
There are many areas of work you could help with including, woodland management, carpentry, gardening, planting and wildlife preservation.
My wife and I are both come from farming backgrounds. We have a well behaved dog and a 5 year old daughter and young son. We welcome fun, focused and enthusiastic people with a passion for the environment and self sufficiency.
Working hours are pretty flexible and we can arrange to swap days off if need be.
There are several pubs and a village shop within walking distance from the land and a neighboring leisure center with swimming pools and tennis courts.
|Preview host||We have a Grade II listed building, dating partly from 17th century. It is now divided into 6 apartments, with a total of currently 12 adults and 5 children resident. There are communal spaces in the house, and the gardens are shared and run communally. We try to manage the grounds sustainably, to produce fuelwood, fruit and some people grow vegetables. We avoid the use of chemicals. We have an outdoor swimming pool. Sometimes we ask woofers to help with indoor work such as painting and decorating. |
Our house is about 20 minutes walk downhill along footpaths to the historic town of Bradford on Avon. We are well served by trains to London, Salisbury, Weymouth, Bath and Bristol, and for visits to Bath, Bristol, Avebury, Stonehenge and other well known places for sightseeing.
|Preview host||We are a free range livestock farm, producing meat and poultry for our on-site farm shop and Farmers Markets. Our farm shop and butchery is open 7 days a week, run by our butcher Adrian, along with 3 other staff. We keep free range chickens, geese, goats, cattle, sheep and pigs. We also have horses, 4 dogs and a cat, and access to wifi! |
We need some general maintenance help around the farm including feeding the livestock, collecting and grading eggs, helping out on the farm and general tidying. We want it to be a fun experience for the wwoofer as well as a help to us, so hours and work to suit all.
We will be lambing from the end of March until mid April and would love to have a wwoofer or two who want to get involved in helping with the lambing.
We are very busy in December with Christmas poultry and would welcome anyone interested in coming to help from the end of November to Christmas.
|Preview host||19 acre smallholding in village, run organically for self-sufficiency and sale of surplus - mixed orchard, large veg patch, large polytunnel, Jersey house cow and calf, geese, hens - haymaking, hedge laying - interest in old agricultural machinery - apple pressing. Woodland area for fuel/coppicing. Water supply from bore hole and wind pump and rain water harvesting. Wind turbine and solar panels. Currently building an eco barn. Christine is a herbalist growing some herbs on the smallholding. Interest in yoga and kayaking. Own room in cabin with shower/sink/compost loo/wi-fi access or caravan (wood stove and electricity) in the orchard. You will be expected to help in the kitchen as well as your farm work - cooking if you choose, but everyone takes their turn with washing up. We are looking for a long term wwoofer at the moment. |
|Preview host||We are a low input sheep farm on the Blackdown Hills of Somerset in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with two County wildlife sites and historic farm . |
Two types of woofers needed although they can be combined , one for house work type duties the other for very practical skilled farm and construction work .
We also have self-catering self hand built log cabins for holiday's and farm house B+B
Jobs would include ' ALL ' things that you are capable of doing , that need to be done from working with the sheep , cleaning guests rooms , maintenance , tractor driving if qualified and gardening , cooking and house work , You will need to be on time and reliable You will need to speak and under stand good English .
No swearing or smoking in or around any of the buildings please .
We are a organic and Christian based business .
Looking forward to meeting you !
|Preview host||We farm 30 acres of organic land near the fantastic market town of Alnwick in Northumberland. We grow vegetables and fruit, as well as keeping pigs, cattle, poultry, sheep and alpacas. We always need help with the many building and farming projects that are underway. We run an organic box scheme too so if your not looking to get dirty we will have other jobs to do. We start early and work hard. We enjoy good food and reading. We have two boys 17 and 15. We can collect from Morpeth (12miles away) and can provide camping or a seperate caravan depending on what your looking for and how long you would like to stay. Please no timewasters, we are a working farm and need genuinely motivated volunteers who are happy to join in as part of the family. |