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    RobnBec
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    WWOOF (World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) aims are to:

    enable people to learn first-hand about about organic growing techniques

    enable town-dwellers to experience living and helping on a farm

    help farmers make organic production a viable alternative

    improve communications within the organic movement.

    many of the farms and communities are environmentally sustainable with alternative power sources etc. this is a really useful way of learning all that is required for living off-grid. you work a few hours a day for food and accommodation anywhere in the world for anything from a week to 6 months. you have to register which costs £10 but get a list of everyone and how to contact them.

    we’re currently on our way to greece for winter and will be living close to the sea. cant wait.

    check out the site if interested, its:

    http://www.wwoof.org

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    urbanpeasant
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    Recommend this despite the sad name.

    You can do weekends or odd days if you want, though obviously the longer you have the more chance you have to get into it.

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