Slideshow: WWOOFing in Southwest Devon

WWOOF stands for World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms, and is an organization that matches up people interested in learning and experiencing different ways of growing things with farm hosts looking for cheap labor (the deal is you work ~6 hours a day in exchange for room and board). We thought this would be a good start to our exploration and a great way to shift our overall mindsets from our prior routine (pounding nettles with a pick ax is a great way to clear your mind after three years in the corporate world!) Below is a set of general pictures from the experience. Slideshows around specific jobs or particularly beautiful elements of the experience are on the way.

5 Responses to “Slideshow: WWOOFing in Southwest Devon”
  1. Wow that looks fantastic, I love the polytunnels being used for kitchen / worskspace its great.
    I think I will have a look into a trip like that, what a fantastic learning experience.

  2. Mr. Chopp says:

    Beautiful photos and descriptions. I would love to go on a WWOOFing adventure.

  3. Really enjoyed the slide show! Thanks for sharing glimpse of another world.

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