Part 1 of 2 Talking to HOS About WWOOF

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I am talking to HandsOnSwitzerland (www.handsonswitzerland.ch) about WWOOF (www.wwoofinternational.org) and WWOOF Switzerland (www.wwoof.zapfig.com). (About …

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  1. People wwoof for different reasons. Not everyone does it to travel, some do
    it to volunteer, or help the organic movement, or get organic farming
    experience. There are advantages to doing it close to home. You can just do
    it for a couple of weeks (or even a weekend) just to see what it’s like
    without committing to going to the other side of the world. And all the
    obvious language, culture stuff. I’m a UK wwoofer from the UK, and I
    enjoyed it. Like you say “part” of the excitement, not all of it!

  2. its a great way to see your own backyard.. and if like myself you are
    looking for knowledge as to managing your own smallholding it is priceless.

  3. But why would anyone want to WWOOF close to home? I think part of the
    excitement is living in another country, and experiencing other cultures,
    ideas, etc. if you have a child, I suppose staying close to home is a good
    idea.

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