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Travel term of the day: WWOOF

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The Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) – founded in 1971 by Briton Sue Coppard – is a global network where organic farmers offer food and accommodation to travellers in exchange for farm work.

Woofers (voluntary workers) work about six hours a day in organic farms, where they can learn about ecological and natural farming practices for a period that can range from few days to many months.

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