Special Hosting Webinar on April 9th

Special Hosting Webinar on April 9th

If you are currently farming, gardening, homesteading, or running an environmental learning center or sustainability project, and you are interested in hearing about a current host’s experience, we’ve got just the event for you! Please join our special...
Announcing the 2024 Future Farmers

Announcing the 2024 Future Farmers

WWOOF is excited to announce this year’s cohort of Future Farmers!  WWOOF-USA is committed to assisting the next generation of farmers in getting a head start through educational farming experiences and to increasing the diversity of farm operators in the USA....
‘What is WWOOF?’ Webinar on April 17

‘What is WWOOF?’ Webinar on April 17

Thinking of WWOOFing? Not sure quite where to start or how to find the right farm for you? We’re here to help! 😎 You’re invited to join us to learn all about the ins and outs of WWOOFing and everything you need to know to get started. Leave the webinar...
5 Helpful Questions to Ask a Host 

5 Helpful Questions to Ask a Host 

WWOOFing is an exciting and fulfilling experience, but it’s also one that usually goes better with good preparation and communication. By asking the right questions beforehand, you can find a host that better aligns with what you’re looking for. Communication is the...
Congratulations Photo Contest Winners!

Congratulations Photo Contest Winners!

We would like to extend a big shoutout to everyone who participated in the 2023 WWOOF Photo Contest! 📸 We received the highest number of submissions ever and we thank everyone who shared their photos and journey with us. 🥇 Drumroll, please . . . Congrats to our top...
Harvesting Memories: A Season of Adventure at Ronnigers Organics

Harvesting Memories: A Season of Adventure at Ronnigers Organics

On a brisk, muddy April afternoon, my girlfriend, Lily, and I arrived at a humble farm nestled between Moyie Springs, Idaho, and the Montana state line. Ronnigers Organics, established in 1986 by David Ronniger, has been a cornerstone of North Idaho for nearly four...