Aug 31, 2015

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Opportunity for two WWOOFers to help run CSA and Coop Co-op in East Sussex for 2016 season. Would suit a couple. Learn about regenerative agriculture, no-dig growing systems, sheep husbandry, and Paleo coaching. Accommodation is in a portacabin next to the family home. Contact: Emma at or phone 07976 296 364. 

Researching Holistic Approaches to Agroecology. Deepen your agroecological research (organics, biodynamics, permaculture, urban agriculture, social dimensions of agriculture). A distance learning course from PG cert through to a full masters. Includes optional intensives (workshops, lectures, seminars). Details can be found on the dedicated website

Looking for accommodation this Autumn and Winter, either cottage/flat/studio flat or will consider a shared house, within easy reach of Inverness. Happy to do gardening work or odd jobs in part exchange for rent. I am a self employed gardener, including work on many gardens across the Highlands. Contact Alastair: or 07929 433253 

Available to let: small house with own veg plot (plot in need of attention!) on Herefordshire smallholding. Modern, semi-detached, two bedroom dwelling, wood burning stove, solar panels, woodland, wildlife, three miles from market town with railway station, £550 pcm. Contact: Pete (ex-WWOOFer) 

Braziers Park Community looking for new residents. We have openings in the kitchen and in the garden. Work is 25-28 hours a week in exchange for board and lodging, with the option of a small wage after a successful trial period. See for more information. 

For Sale: The Blueberry Farm, Shropshire/Wales border. Six acres mature plantation. Barn conversion 2/3 beds. 18m new single story barn. Equipment, full drip fertigation. Wind/bird netting system. 4 tonnes crop 2014, projected 6 tonnes 2015. £375,000. 3 / 4 bed Victorian Cottage £295,000. Together £650,000. Contact: 01948 710525 or 

FARM AND WOODLAND APPRENTICESHIP. Based in South Devon. Paid position (£3.30/hr) with training. Caravan provided or bring own caravan / van. Essential: own vehicle. GCSE D English & Maths. 17-24 old. Contact: 07817 975025 

Two bedroomed cottage on small Northumberland hill farm available in exchange for 20 hours work per week farm and field work. Winter months initially but with the possibility of extension. See our WWOOF profile under The Sneep. Contact: 

OPPORTUNITY TO RUN A PRODUCTIVE COMMUNITY GARDEN. West Ardnamurchan Produce Community Interest Company is offering the opportunity to run its Community Garden as a commercial but community –minded venture. Around 2 acres of land, soft fruit and vegetables. Suit a self-sufficient individual or partnership. Full details here (, contact: Kirstie Shirra at 

Young Lilies is a not-for-profit company that works with young people to develop them into healthy adults. We are looking for smallholdings/land owners willing to work with us for development on site into community centres with shops selling own produce as well as meeting smallholdings’ needs. See, contact:

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Opportunity: Start your own small dairy

Opportunity: Start your own small dairy

Start your own biodynamic small dairy on the Inner Hebrides with help setting-up from wonderful WWOOF hosts. We have created a biodynamic farm on the inner Hebridean Island of Lismore, 38 acres. We have been here 13 years now and our cattle are ready to move up a...

New beginnings: first time WWOOFing in Wales

New beginnings: first time WWOOFing in Wales

By Joel Rouse WWOOFing in Pembrokeshire was like being in another world despite being only 235 miles from where I live and work as a photographer and part-time travel blogger. London is home, and I work on Whitehall - one of London's tourist hotspots, topped and...

Growing Roots in the Local Organic Farming Scene

Growing Roots in the Local Organic Farming Scene

By Aurora Moxon Hello, I’m Aurora, a thirty-two-year-old who is happiest in a pair of muddy wellies harvesting apples for scrumpy making, sowing veg for the year ahead and learning hands-on how to make cheese. If my hands aren’t covered in soil, scrumpy or curds, then...