How does it work?

WWOOF Cyprus publish a list of organic farms and agricultural exploitations (smallholdings and gardeners) in Cyprus that welcome volunteers WWOOFers to support their activities at certain periods of the year all offering food and accommodation in exchange. The diversity of hosts available offers a large variety of tasks and experiences.

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Become a WWOOF Host

Guidelines for WWOOF Host Applicants

WWOOF is an exchange, in return for your visitor's assistance on your organic property, you provide adequate meals and clean, dry accommodation. The exchange is based on half a day's help which can range from 5-6 hours depending on the situation. Specifics such as the length of stay and any other

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Become a WWOOFer

Is WWOOFing for you?

Are you interested in learning about sustainable and organic methods of living?
Are you willing to help in a variety of outdoor tasks that may be difficult and physically demanding?
Are you happy to do what may be mundane work such as weeding, fencing...?

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History of Wwoof

THE START

Formally called Working Weekends on Organic Farms, WWOOF came into being in Autumn 1971, in England, when a London secretary, Sue Coppard, recognised the need to provide access to the countryside for people like herself who did not otherwise have the means or the opportunity,

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Membership Plans

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