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#MyWWOOFStory Photo Contest

WWOOF-USA is excited to announce a summer/fall photo contest, open to any current WWOOFers or hosts! We encourage you to submit high quality photos that show your… READ ARTICLE

WWOOF University – Part 2

Learning about growing food used to be the simple extension of life. From a very young age, people would progressively be more and more exposed to aspects… READ ARTICLE

You’re Invited! Fall WWOOFing 101 Seminar

Thinking about WWOOFing this fall, either close to home or in another state? Not sure where to start, or how to find the right farm for you?… READ ARTICLE

WWOOF-USA named one of the 11 nonprofits shaping the future of farming

Leaving the land better for the next crop and generation. Want to stay up to date on the future of agriculture, the health of our soils, climate change… 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

 
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