WWOOF’s most wanted…

Dec 5, 2013

Have you got some good WWOOFing tales to tell from 2013? Would you like to spread the word about WWOOF in 2014 and encourage more people to join us? We are looking for hosts or WWOOFers based in the UK who would be willing to share their knowledge and experience of WWOOF with a range of audiences in their immediate locality – be it at a festival, show, local farmers market or a WI/transition town meeting. Materials and training will be provided along with expenses. For more information please contact amanda@wwoof.org.uk.

A recipe for personal evolution

A recipe for personal evolution

By Lily Castro The past year, I have been studying my masters in Creative Writing in busy, bustling London (I am originally from the states) and have discovered that I am actually most happy when I am outside of the city and in nature. I have included black and white...

Mr Fluttergrub’s Garden: Globe artichokes

Mr Fluttergrub’s Garden: Globe artichokes

The best perennial on the plot? Spring and early summer is the time when perennial vegetables are most welcome. In March there’s the first rhubarb stalks (perhaps the only vegetable to get coated in custard) and towards the end of April the first delicate spears of...

WWOOFing at Soillse Cohousing, Findhorn

WWOOFing at Soillse Cohousing, Findhorn

By Graham Meltzer and Monica Betancourt Graham writes… Christopher (Soillse’s head gardener) and myself (WWOOFer coordinator), picked up Monica (our first WWOOFer of the summer) from the bus just two days ago. We were happy and grateful to receive her since we’d left...