Apr 11, 2016

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Opportunity for an amazing educational WWOOFng experience from 1st May 2016. We’re looking for help with our Community Supported Agriculture scheme at The Crossing, Forest Row, accommodation provided in exchange for labour. Ideally we’d like to welcome a couple interested in Regenerative Agriculture, Agroforestry and Permaculture principles for more information.

Galapagos National Park seeks experienced volunteers to aid in their native and endemic plant reintroduction program. Professional experience in: Identification and seed/cuttings collection, Propagation/reintroduction of woody and herbaceous plants, Green/shade-house operations, Ecosystem rebuilding best-practices. Conversational Spanish preferred. Application form:

Courses at Karuna insight design: 3 days outdoors digital photography May 28-30, Forest gardening June 17-19, Scything July 3. WWOOF host in Shropshire, 18 acre of beautiful mixed permaculture design. You can WWOOF before or after attending a course; this year WWOOFers with building skills, carpentry extra welcome. Contact or phone 01694-751374

WWOOFer opportunity, Waveney Valley –Suffolk. Looking for a couple to help us out March-August 2016, on our smallholding and with building our eco home. Self-contained accommodation in straw bale chalet, fuel and basic food in exchange for 25 hrs work a week, each. Experience not essential. Contact: Lil and Martyn using

A four-day seminar with Colin Tudge in the Scottish Borders. Bank Holiday Weekend: Friday, 29 April to Monday, 2 May. A combination of lectures, field trips, film showings and debates will assure a varied and interesting programme. A unique opportunity. Numbers are limited. Booking and more information:

Cave in Spain. This is great opportunity for someone with a bit of building, plumbing or handyman skills. Non-WWOOFing partner welcome or two WWOOFers. We offer cool and comfortable camping in the cave, delicious meals. 27 May till 4 June. 7 July till 17 August. Contact Happybunny:

WWOOF Host since 1982, Meike Laurenson left Germany as a teenager. After 20 years in London, she went for The Good Life to start a smallholding aiming for self-sufficiency and organic growing. Her book shares the ups and downs of living with the land: When I became English…Available on Amazon.

Small Welsh hill farm with usual menagerie of animals welcome long/short term WWOOFers to the highlight (?) of the year LAMBING. Non-smoker of any age/sex warmly welcome. Contact: 01239 820432.

Free holidays for tired WWOOFers. Large shed with woodburner, cooker and necessary cutlery etc, separate shower, loo, and upstairs bedroom, free for short breaks in our six acre wildlife home in rural North Cornwall. No dogs. Email:

Wanted. WWOOFer with Hydro Electric Knowledge for a domestic system on out river. Near Lancaster. Contact: Andy on 01524261124 or

Help required April – September on 2 acres of medicinal herbs in Somerset. Work includes propagation, harvesting, weeding and general maintenance. Experience needed. Caravan supplied, food allowance given. Contact Sarah on:

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