Apr 8, 2017

Here are the latest classified ads. Please keep them rolling in, send them to

Housesitter/s required from 21 June-5 July 2017 to look after 1 horse and 2 cats in beautiful Highland Glen. Wonderful walks, bike rides etc. Will need own transport and some knowledge of horses care. Tel: Juliette: 01349 884440 email:

Part-time Programme Manager opportunity at Action for Conservation, a pioneering youth environmental education charity. We are looking for a passionate and capable person to start asap after May 1st in London or Bristol. Deadline for applications is the 23rd April. Full job description and how to apply is here:

Beautifu Karuna project in Shropshire: courses in Permaculture, Forest Gardening, Scything & Natural building. Sign up for a course and WWOOF before or after. There’s a summer opportunity for a couple for longer term WWOOFing after an initial trial period, need to be flexible and have own transport.

Gardening intern required 3-9 months to supervise gardens on an exciting project in mid Wales. Food grown year round for 15-20 people (none sold) living on the project. Experience needed to be able to organise the year’s food and supervise volunteers. Guidance and training given., Old Chapel Farm 01686 413857,

For sale. Organic smallholding (6 acres) in rural Andalucia. Features: off-grid stone house/ borehole/ hundreds of olive and fruit trees. Potential for vineyard.  Amazing wildlife.  Panoramic views.

Come and join WWOOFers from all over the world for a satisfying volunteering experience in the walled garden at Chisholme House. Study of self discovery and meditation available, as well as the chance to work in our kitchen and wood yard. Availbility after April 23rd. Contact:

We are always interested in hearing from members who would like to be more involved with the WWOOF UK steering group. Contact

Ponderosa is an organic farm in foothills of Estrella mountains urgently needing major tlc. Very wild and rugged with waterfalls, river and beach too. Plenty of land. goats and cheesemaking, ducks, chickens and farm all screaming for tlc. Volunteers experienced and novice are welcome to visit. Contact:

WWOOFing North and South by Margaret Halliday. This book is a must read for anyone wanting to discover what life as a WWOOFer is like. Margaret gives an honest account of hosts in Scotland and New Zealand, describing both the highs and lows with sensitivity and humour.

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:

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