CB107-en(Chungcheongbuk-do)-Take a break

 In Chungcheongbuk-do

General Information

✔️ REGISTERED 2018 March

✔️ Host (Age / Gender) 50s / Male

✔️About us
We run a community village based on eco-friendly agriculture that has been operated for 14 years since 2004. Herbicide, agricultural pesticides and chemical fertilizer are not used at all.
Our farm mainly grows chili pepper, bean, garlic, potato, sweet potato, perilla, corn, deodeok(mountain herb), aronia, omija and blueberry on our farmland.
We have 8 cows, 300 chickens and 25 goats. We practice ecological recycling agriculture and make our own feedstuff for chickens. Chickens have free range on the farm.
We offer opportunity of farm experience and community learning to people who need spiritual healing and growth in their life.

✔️ Farm Type
Community village based on agriculture, livestock farming and home-schooling(free-range chicken, ecological recyclingagriculture)

✔️ Main Crop
All field crops such as beans, peppers, potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, etc.

✔️ PRACTICE OF ECO-FRIENDLY LIFE / FARMING
We practice eco-friendly agriculture for nature and living organisms, not using herbicide, pesticide and fertilizer at all.
To follow the logic of ecological recycling agriculture, green toilets are installed in our community to make organic wastes become compost. Instead of detergent, bamboo salt and effective microorganisms are used.
We seek life that is not ruled by money and able to achieve happiness without it.
Simple, honest, and frugal life. Communal living pursuing restoration of extended family system.
We sublate ultra-competitive education system and try to find alternative model for well-rounded education.


About Host & Member

✔️ FAMILY / MEMBER 9 Community members

✔️ ANIMAL 8 cows, 300 chickens, 25 goats, 1 dog(Outside)

✔️ ENGLISH Very basic conversational English

✔️ OTHER LANGUAGE Member : Conversational chinese


WWOOFer’s Work

✔️ Works
April: preparation for seeding potato
May: seeding and planting seedlings
June to July: harvesting garlic, harvesting and threshing barley and wheat
August to September: weeding, harvesting chili pepper and aronia
October: hervesting potato and perilla
November: harvesting cabbage and radish, gimjang; preparing kimchi for the winter

✔️ Working Hours About 6 hours

✔️ WWOOFing Season March to December


Cultural Exchange

✔️ Knowledge / Skills WWOOFers can learn
Eco-friendly farming. Processing technology (enzymes, etc.), construction, etc

✔️ Experiences WWOOFers can expect
Farming, livestock, etc.

✔️ Preferred WWOOFer
Families and young people who are interested in living together with community

✔️ Message for WWOOFers


Accommodation

✔️ Type
Living with Wwoofers in independent houses.

✔️ Room Sharing
Can be used with same-sex woofers depending on the situation

✔️ Internet
Cable internet, wireless internet(WiFi) only in office

✔️ Drink & Smoke 
No drinking / Smoking only in designated area

✔️ Distance from house to farm
Within 15 minutes by walk from the furthest field


Meal

✔️ Sharing a Meal We eat together

✔️ Organic Ingredients 70~80%

✔️ Vegetarian Available


Check Point

✔️ Preferred Length of Stay MIN : 1 – 2 weeks / MAX : 3 – 6 months

✔️ Capacity More than 10 people

✔️ Accept Short Stay(~3 days) No

✔️ WWOOFers with Children(under 15 yrs) Yes

✔️ Accept Minor(16~18 yrs) Yes


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