VieWWOOF project (Italy)

Jul 10, 2014

Now, here is a most inspirational project: VieWWOOF – Roads without engines to join the [WWOOF] network of farms. What a great idea?!! Creating maps to show the best routes for walking, cycling or using public transport between visits to WWOOF hosts….. Love it!!

Follow this link to read all about it: http://www.romecentral.com/wwoof-strade-senza-motori-per-unire-la-rete-di-fattorie/?lang=en

Hats off to these lovely people in Italy for coming up with this one:

“The promoters of VieWWOOF, fans of sustainable mobility, nature, geography and cartography, are the coordinators Dino (Arezzo Perugia), Francis (Florence), Marcia (Rome), Basil (WWOOF Independents), in collaboration with Niccolo and Marco Gori Sassoli Xavier Loperfido, WWOOF friends in the world. It is based on a collaborative project of walkability of the Italian territory conceived and initiated by Marco ammappalitalia.it through the site.”

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