Recently it was highlighted we are only communicating with our current members; it seems potential, interested and ex-members would like to hear from us as well. Keeping WWOOF in people’s minds is especially relevant at a time when volunteer numbers are dropping. Can you think of anything else we are overlooking with our communications?
We heard some disturbing news in late January; our Coordinator/Chief Exec Scarlett Penn tweeted:
Host contact Taryn Field says:
With the Spring approaching I wanted to remind you, if you haven’t already, to fill out your host availability and keep it current so WWOOFers know if you have vacancies. For those hosts that haven’t uploaded photos yet, please do, WWOOFers are more likely to contact you if they can see where they are going. Helpful photos include the gardens, animals, the house, WWOOFers accommodation, people, other WWOOFers.
I hope you all have a productive growing season and attract many interesting and vibrant WWOOFers.