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The California Coffee Project – Help Support a Host Farm

We love our host farmers Lorraine & Suzy of The Sweet Pea Farm – and we also love their new project! They need our help with their new &… READ ARTICLE

Portsmouth Daily Times: Locals teach organic farming

By Wayne Allen tallen@civitasmedia.com Kevin and Barb Bradbury, owners of Hurricane Run Farm, are hosting a group this week from Wake Forest University of Winston Salem, North… READ ARTICLE

Reminder: Host Grant Proposals Due Feb. 17

All Small Farm Grant Program proposals are due Tuesday, February 17. The WWOOF-USA Small Farm Grant Program, established in 2013, awards grants to WWOOF-USA hosts for special… READ ARTICLE

2015 Small Farm Grant Program – Now Accepting Proposals

The WWOOF-USA Small Farm Grant Program, established in 2013, awards grants to WWOOF-USA hosts for special projects that help to further WWOOF-USA’s mission, enhance the educational experience… READ ARTICLE

WWOOFing across America

By Bernis Ingvaldson It might sound a bit like a Tom Sawyer trick – persuading others to whitewash your fence, but there actually are people willing to… READ ARTICLE

WWOOF: Cultivating a More Organic Future Through Work Opportunities

Greggory Moore | Oct 27, 2014 WWOOF connects those desiring experience in organic farming with properties that can provide it. It’s a simple “work for room and… READ ARTICLE

From Vashon to Vietnam, take a farming vacation with WWOOF

BY RACHEL BELLE  on September 9, 2014 @ 5:34 pm  Scott Durkee walks me through his massive garden on Maury Island, where bright yellow tomatoes decorate the vines like… READ ARTICLE

WWOOFer Video: Skyberry Farm

“The age of the farmer is dwindling, but a lot of people are catching back on to it.” The story of Skyberry farm, a local organic farm… READ ARTICLE

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