Organic garden project in Nigeria schools. Laurence, a volunteer from Canada supporting the Organic garden project in Nigeria schools.
A Brazillian couple, Leandro and Monica learning about the rich Nigerian culture during the WWOOFing period in Nigeria.
Stefan and Barbara from Austria sharing their organic experience with the Nigerian host.
Training on Cocoa production and processing with Cocoa producer in Nigeria.
English language teaching for schools in Nigeria. WWOOFers support schools on English Language as part of community project.
An Austrian woman, Andrea and her son Zion support in building a home garden as a WWOOFer.
Story About Us!
WWOOF is an exchange – In return for volunteer help, WWOOF hosts offer food, accommodation and opportunities to learn about organic lifestyles. WWOOF organisations link people who want to volunteer on organic farms or smallholdings with people who are looking for volunteer help.
WWOOFers – volunteers
Usually you live with your host and are expected to join in and cooperate with the day to day activities. In most countries the exchange is based on 4-6 hours help-fair exchange for a full day’s food and accommodation.
You may be asked to help with a variety of tasks like sowing seed, making compost, gardening, planting, cutting wood, weeding, harvesting, packing, milking, feeding, fencing, building straw bale houses, wine making, cheese making and bread making.
The length of your stay at the farm is negotiated directly between you and your host. Most WWOOF visits are between one and two weeks, though some may be as short as two or three days or as long as six months.
Host – Organic farmer
If you have a farm, smallholding, garden, allotment, vineyard or woodland and follow organic or sustainability principles, you might consider opening your home to WWOOFers.
Our volunteers can provide an extra pair of hands to help with various projects you are busy with. Many of our hosts practice Permaculture or Bio-dynamic growing methods. Some hosts make a living off their land, others are homesteaders interested in self-sufficiency, some are families others are individuals. There are also cooperatives, communities and eco- villages in our hostlist.
Hosting WWOOFers can be hugely rewarding as you are enabling people to learn about organic growing techniques. You will also be demonstrating an alternative way of life . Many WWOOFers are so inspired by the experience that they end up changing their lifestyles and even setting up their own organic farms! As a host you are improving communication and aiding growth within the organic movement!
In order to host WWOOFers you will need to join WWOOF in the country where your farm is located.la