Hatti on Eigg

Apr 11, 2016

shafts of sunlight illuminating the Isle of RumIntrepid first-time WWOOFer, Harriet Owens [Hatti] from the USA, recently spent a fortnight WWOOFing on a croft on the Scottish Isle of Eigg.

Hatti was on a special mission. Apart from the important role that being a WWOOFer entails, with regards to supporting organic growers, Hatti also blogged via the WWOOF UK social media platforms during her stay.

Hatti has her own WordPress blog page called */isthisfood/* which promotes healthy, seasonal and sustainable eating and has been nominated for a Soil Association Boom Award 2016

She’s arrived back in London now (with a bit of a bump) – read her reflections on her stay here. She posted to our Twitter account, on Instagram and featured on our Facebook page

Thanks Hatti – ‘til the next time!

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