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You’re Invited! WWOOFing 101 Seminar

Thinking about WWOOFing? Not sure where to start, or how to find the right farm for you? Join Tori, WWOOF-USA’s Outreach Program Manager, on June 11 for… READ ARTICLE

Life on the ‘Biggest Little Farm’: behind the scenes of a biodynamic blockbuster

By BONNIE MCCARTHY MAY 10, 2019 At 6:30 every Monday morning, the 60-member team at Apricot Lane Farms in Moorpark gathers around a campfire in the vegetable garden… READ ARTICLE

The average age of a California farmer is 59.

Who will grow our food when they retire? A farmer goes in search of a successor in Nevada County By JULIA MITRIC Note: This story is part of… READ ARTICLE

Featured Film: The Biggest Little Farm

THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM chronicles the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream… READ ARTICLE

SF Chronicle: California-grown saffron arrives in the Bay Area

Melinda Price has had many jobs: tech worker, caterer, waitress. But it took her a while to reach the goal she set in 1990, when she was… READ ARTICLE

Join us at the 30th Annual MOSES Conference in Wisconsin!

The Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Services invites you to the largest event in the U.S. about organic and sustainable farming on February 21-23 in La Crosse…. READ ARTICLE

WWOOFing in the New Year: This Is Why Camping Safety Is Crucial

Whether you consider yourself an outdoor enthusiast or you just need a weekend to unplug, camping is a relatively inexpensive, easily accessible way to kick back and… READ ARTICLE

WWOOF University – Part 1: My story

Food had always been an essential part of my life. I come from a typical middle-class family who nevertheless taught me the importance of consuming fresh veggies… READ ARTICLE

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