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International WWOOF Association

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

OrFrm.jpgThe International World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms Association (WWOOF) provides the venue for people around the world to learn first-hand about organic growing methods; enables both the organic farmers and volunteers to make organic farming a viable alternative; and, improves communications concerning the importance of organic farming in the world today.

Since its inception in 1971 London, WWOOF has grown to include participation of some 43 different countries including Australia, China, America and Finland.

Hosts listed through WWOOF are primarily pursuing a simple, sustainable lifestyle. Many are practicing Permaculture or Bio-dynamic growing methods. The farms vary from commercial to alternative co-operatives, or communities.

The Independents listed may include non-organic, yet are in keeping with the general ethic of respect for the environment; exchange of knowledge & expertise, food & accomodation in exchange for help on a voluntary basis.

All necessary information is available at the WWOOF Website: http://www.wwoof.org/

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Volunteer Opportunity in Southern Utah

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

Best Friends As the nation’s largest “no kill” refuge, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary is a haven for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses, and other animals that have suffered abuse or abondonment. The animals either live out their natural lives on the 33,000 acre Angel Canyon ranch near Kanab, Utah or are adopted into a healthy home.

With an average population of 1,500 critters, volunteers are welcome and appreciated! There’s help needed with feeding, cleaning their living areas, socializing with them, and taking them for walks. You can stay in a guest cottage on the ranch, or make arrangements in nearby Kanab.

You’re encouraged to check out the link below well in advance, especially if you’re coordinating your volunteering with a trip to one of the region’s spectacular parks – Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon are each within 100 miles!
For information CLICK: Best Friends volunteer page at:

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