WWOOFing – a great way to travel

WWOOF stands for ‘Willing Workers on Organic Farms’ or ‘World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms’. WWOOFers work a certain amount of hours on a farm, vineyard etc., and receive meals and accommodation in return. WWOOF farms must meet certain standards of organic production, and the crops must be grown using ecologically sound methods.

You can WWOOF nearly anywhere in the world – all you need is a basic level of fitness. There are 1200 WWOOF farms in Australia alone…

Two Tasmanian National-Anarchists went WWOOFing recently, and can highly recommend the experience. It’s a great way to travel, to meet people, and to really get to know the land you’re visiting. It’s also a good way to put something back into the local economy of the places you’re visiting.

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