Embracing solo adventures

Embracing solo adventures

WWOOFing adventures in the UK and the empowerment of independent travel for women By Katie Doherty I’ve always enjoyed doing things on my own. From going to the movies alone for a Monday matinee to sitting in a café with a book and people-watching, I find peace and...
Seeds of a brighter future

Seeds of a brighter future

By Katie Hastings Wales Coordinator for the Gaia Foundation’s Seed Sovereignty Programme and former WWOOF UK trustee, Katie tells us about how WWOOFing can lead to cooperative seed selling… Would I be stating the obvious if I told you that seed is the start of all our...
A child of WWOOF

A child of WWOOF

By Islay Henderson Having been the child of a WWOOF host farm I grew up with a house full of volunteers coming from multiple countries. During summer months my mother would bake 15 loaves of bread a week and enormous soup and salad bowls were presented daily to a...
Classifieds – Winter solstice ’23

Classifieds – Winter solstice ’23

Welcome to the WWOOF UK Classifieds section. Here, you can find postings from members and other friends of WWOOF UK regarding opportunities, job listings, property advertisements and more. Have something you’d like listed in our Classifieds section? Send us an...
Mr Fluttergrub’s garden – Winter Solstice ’23

Mr Fluttergrub’s garden – Winter Solstice ’23

Water(less) cress Watercress was one of the few salad vegetables I got to eat as a child; we weren’t really a salad household. If salad was on the menu it was never more than a couple of leaves of limp lettuce, some de-pipped tomato halves and a few thin slices of...