WOOF USA Advice for the Most Eager Volunteers and Active Travelers

For those who are interested in traveling, working on a large variety of organic farms and getting an overall complete experience with WOOFing, WOOF USA farms are the best place to start, offering volunteers the chance to learn and grow while working with cutting edge farming techniques and enjoying rich cultural and educational exchange opportunities with experienced organic farmers.

USA Farms

From the wild adventures of Alaska to the sanctuaries and farms located in the remote wilderness of Arizona and the intensively productive urban and rural farms located in the state of Wisconsin, the many available options make choosing a WOOF USA host a somewhat difficult task.

US farms strive for perfection when it comes to diversity and sustainability, and whether you are looking for internship at a vegetable garden or to expand your training with fruit trees, heirloom herb gardens, forest maintenance or permaculture related activities, becoming a WOOF volunteer here can be a much better opportunity for learning than in any other country.

For more information on the details, benefits and overall potential behind the idea of working as a WOOFer at a reputable organic farm, visit this page.

Guidelines and Advice on Becoming a WOOFer

Despite the many available options, volunteering and finding a good host is not as difficult as it seems. What you first need to do is visit the official website for the WOOF USA organization that deals with new volunteers, and become a member.

Next comes the harder part. Depending on whether you are a beginner or an experienced WOOFer, you have to choose your host carefully. Some may be interested in training new “recruits”, so always look at the details before deciding if you’re right for the job.

Others look for workers who already have specific skills, so make sure you’re not shy about what you know when you submit your request. Despite the fact that most USA hosts can be demanding about the quality of the work they ask for, they are also extremely friendly, so landing the job of your dreams in a place where you can get the best accommodations and make new friends with people who are interested in the same things you enjoy will not be so hard.

Finally, don’t forget to do your research properly and explore all the options available on the WOOF USA website – the forum access, fun online discussions and comprehensive communication opportunities you get when you become a member can not only be enjoyable and interesting, but they can also teach you more about becoming a successful WWOOFer.

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11 comments

  1. I’m very interested in the program. I do not have experience but am a hard worker and willing to learn. I live in NW Georgia currently, possibly relocating to NE Ohio. Are there any farms near either of these locations?

  2. I’m interessted for volunteer work (myself, my son and my husband) for cattle ranch in US – if possible at a German ranch in US for 2 weeks. After that we will travel inside US. Could you pl send me more details about? Thanks & best olga

  3. I’m ready to retire and am interested in building and bring Z tiny house to an organic farm in exchange for work or renting land

  4. Hello, thank you for your interest in woofing.info.It is great that you decided to embark on the wwoofing adventure. Please bear in mind that, as a host, you will have to fulfill some terms and condition that you can find on this website before you can take wwoofers with you. You will of course need to register at the WWOOF organization in your own country so you can become an official host, and it will also be easier for wwoofers to contact you. Here is our article on “how to become a successful host”, with 7 easy steps to make sure you and your wwoofers get the best experience possible.

  5. Hello, thank you for your interest in woofing.info.To find more information about a german speaking farm, please check this page . There is a number of filters that will make your research a lot easier, however, you will need to register on WWOOF USA to view all the details related to the farms.

  6. my husband and i are interested in becoming wwoofers. we live in southern indiana and would like to travel inside the u.s. ,yet stay somewhat close to our region with that “vacay or get away” feeling. Looking forward to receiving suggestions and/or input.

  7. Love the concept of WOOFING, am an adventurous traveler, wine and coffee affectionado, and want to volunteer at animal sanctuarys around the work. I live for non GMO and clean whole foods and advocated cooking every meal from scratch. (world not work)

  8. Hi, I have wwoofed several times in the past and loved the experience. I am now living in the US and wondering if I can find hosts in my own country. Would it be difficult or not really accepted?

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