featured location: North Wales

Nov 24, 2018

Small but stunning, North Wales is indeed a picturesque place to WWOOF.


With hosts scattered around the rugged beauty of Snowdonia National Park, you could get involved in a variety of projects including woodland management, forest gardens (#27307), and low impact, soil association smallholdings. (#84198)

Ever been to a zero carbon vegan organic forest garden farm? (#36233) Have you ever helped on a CSA? (Community Supported Agriculture #84970)

You’ll find Welsh speaking hosts in scenic areas with hidden waterfalls and historic castles, eco-centres, manor houses, farms and cottages all waiting to be explored by WWOOFers.

What are you waiting for?

 

Light bulb moments

Light bulb moments

By Nic Renison Cannerheugh Farm sits on the edge of the Pennines, half an hour from Penrith. We look over to the Lake District and on clear sunny days there is no better place to be. It has been our home since 2012 when we moved into a caravan in the yard, with our...

In the soils of Saltash

In the soils of Saltash

By Suze Creedon The year is 2022: I’ve just finished my year working as an au pair in Paris, France and now are backpacking around, with no plan in mind. Just a handful of experiences I wanted to have. The destinations came as I went along. Most of my travel I didn’t...

Wicton Farm – home of the Wild Cow Dairy

Wicton Farm – home of the Wild Cow Dairy

by Claire Wicton We are an organic dairy farm with 175 acres in the heart of Herefordshire. We have a herd of 50 Holstein Friesian cows and are passionate about creating positive change in the world.   Our vision is simple: We have a shared dream to create an...