let’s collaborate

Aug 31, 2015

Scarlett Penn, WWOOF UK’s Coordinator and Chief Executive, has been out and about, meeting people and trying to initiate collaborations with other organisations.

A trip to the Community Supported Agriculture network gathering and AGM was fun and fruitful, and led to an energising tea-and-cake brainstorm with Ruth West and Colin Tudge about all things Real Farming.

If your group would like to explore forging a stronger cooperation with WWOOF and other like-minded organisations, Scarlett would love to hear from you: scarlett@wwoof.org.uk

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...