a character forming season in a Welsh mountain garden

a character forming season in a Welsh mountain garden

Host Richard Lewis of Middle Ninfa has been in touch to say Each year is so different here and the diversity seems to increase almost yearly. Let me explain. We live on a smallholding about one thousand feet above sea level on the edge of the Black Mountains in...
celebrating younger WWOOFers

celebrating younger WWOOFers

One of the biggest changes for WWOOF UK this year has been lowering the sign-up age for WWOOFers to 16. It was a decision that caused a few sleepless nights for those involved, but at the end of our first season we think it has been a success. We now have just over...
YOOF (Youth, Multimedia and Food)

YOOF (Youth, Multimedia and Food)

This is a reflection on the experience of two participants from the first workshop of the YOOF (Youth Media and Food) Project that teaches youth from the U.K. and Spain media skills in order to document sustainable practices of local farms and land-based ventures,...
WWOOFing in Scotland

WWOOFing in Scotland

Per Svenson wrote to tell us about his WWOOFing Seven weeks in Scotland. Started WWOOFing in Highland Perthshire, awesome nature! I lived in a little cozy off-grid timber cabin with a small fire stove, right next to a paddock. They had a massive reforestation project,...
a taste of Staffordshire woodlands

a taste of Staffordshire woodlands

Rosemary de Moura and David Beaton hosted a WWOOF taster day at their woodland on 27th October. We had been watching the weather forecast in the lead-up to this event, hoping for one of those bright crisp autumn days. However, when we went outside to load up the Land...