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Last Active: Active 1 week ago
City/Town: William Bay
Farming Methods: Organic
Accommodation Type: Separate Building
The Wolery is the longest-running intentional community in WA- established over 30 years ago with 15 households, 13 kms west of Denmark. Our 62ha property is 5 kms (an easy bike ride) from the magnificent Greens Pool, and has 30 heactares of forest. Our mud-brick, passive solar house is surrounded by gardens, orchards & chooks, and our WWOOFers accommodation is a delightful small room with loft, separate from the house. Work may include gardening or orchard maintenance, or assisting with community working bees. You may be able to work on other households on the community as well. Accommodation for 2 or more with mixed meals. Louise is an awesome cook and we eat really well all year round. We are into the environment, music, walking, the beach, good food & meeting people. No cats or dogs & No Smoking. Negotiable stays. Great community! Great beach! Lots of fun assured! We look forward to meeting you.
Last Active: Active 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Age: 26-35
Gender: Couple
Skills I Want to Learn: Organic Practices, Permaculture/Biodynamics, Gardening, Propagating, Composting, Soil conservation, Biodynamics practices and techniques, Beekeeping, Worm farming, Natural building methods, Cheese making, Wine making
We joined WWOOF for the opportunity to work in organic farms and to learn and live a farm way style of life. We are passionate about farm life. Julio grew up going to the farm every weekend and holidays, and Thais grew up in the middle of the Amazon. And now we feel like we need to learn about farming techniques before moving to our farm.
Last Active: Active 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Age: 26-35
Gender: Female
Skills I Want to Learn: Organic Practices, Permaculture/Biodynamics, Gardening, Pruning, Propagating, Composting, Soil conservation, Biodynamics practices and techniques, Mulching, Animal Care, Preserving food, Wild food foraging, Fermenting food, Wine making
I joined WWOOF because of the whole idea of learning and helping and working with others. I'm also always excited about new experiences and learning new skills. It's also a great opportunity to do so by helping out, sharing, and meet new people. It would be an amazing way to experience Australia differently as a last experience there before moving back to Europe. Working with very produce-focused restaurants around the world these past few years, a more hands on experience, learning about general farming and organic practices makes a lot of sense.
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