Capital Buzz – Jellied Eel Magazine on WWOOFing

Jun 8, 2021

We are very pleased to see WWOOFing is featured in the latest Jellied Eel Magazine JE62 Farming Edition which includes some advice for first time WWOOFers from our chief exec Scarlett Penn.

The magazine is London’s best known ethical food mag and is published by Sustain – the alliance for better food and farming. Included in the rest of this edition is an exploration into the buzz around bees, why young people are getting into food growing and #goodfood supply chains.

If you’d like to get hold of a copy of this rather fab farming edition of Jellied Eel Magazine you can do so by clicking here.

WWOOF UK are members of Sustain who tirelessly campaign, alongside their membership and supporters, for a healthy and sustainable food system, one which is publicly accountable and socially and environmentally responsible. If you’d like to find out more about their work and to join the #goodfood movement click here.

 

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