We had a Wwoof open day at the HoBB for local hosts and potential members organised by Sue Davies, our local area Wwoof representative.
How it works:
Wwoof Hosts hope for happy volunteers to help them continue their many and varied projects.
Volunteers (Wwoofers) travel around the world from host to host, picking up new skills and gaining an experience and understanding of other cultures.
There is no other international organisation quite like Wwoof for its ability to culture useful links between people interested in organic farming.
Even if you are not interested in being a ‘wwoofer’ host or volunteer right now, take a look at their international web site and get up to speed on the ways being developed to keep soils alive, keep food healthy and as a result, create an ever more balanced organic future for everyone.
We have worked alongside the UK volunteer network for over 15 years. With the wonderful support of volunteers, our charity continues its research and education programme. Present projects include the development of research organic hydroponic and aquaponic methods and the design of a geo-positioning app. that will link the World’s Waters to form a valuable educational and entertaining experience.
Whilst at present we work in the UK with UK based or UK visiting volunteers, we hope, through the Wwoof organisation and others like helpx, to spread the environmental message of World of Water to every shore.
If you would like to join Wwoof and get their international list of hosts, please visit their web site.
If you are in the UK and interested in volunteering some time to help WoW [World of Water, Registered UK Charity 327188 ] please contact us or visit our field centre by arrangement.
World of Water – Caring for the Solution