WWOOF is a global network activity in more than 150 countries around the world that began in England in 1971 and is provided with meals and place for 4 to 6 hours a day at eco-friendly farms. With the aim of building a global community of trust and sustainability, the Wwoof is a global movement that promotes cultural and educational experience based on “non-monetary exchange” and connects organic people with volunteer work.

WWOOF's ideology

Let the wwoofers learn and experience organic farming themselves, and help the farmers in times of need.
Encourage city dwellers to experience life in the countryside and farming.
Spread awareness of organic matter and share useful information.
Experience rural culture and hang out with people.
Various people meet and exchange different cultures.




Volunteer for 4-6 hours daily (maximum 36 hours/week) while living with your Host and learning about their organic methods and culture.



Sharing with WWOOFers about Eco-friendly life and sustainable agriculture. Generally, WWOOFers spend half a day on projects and receive educational opportunities and room and board from their hosts.



After became WWOOFer in specific country, lend a hand to WWOOF host to learn about sustainable agriculture and sharing in culture, community, tourist activities.