GHANA > We are going to put up ecological buildings and organic farming to create an atmosphere for people to spend their quality time. The place is wonderful and needs to be shared.
ARGENTINA > Our place is a wise 70 years old olive grove. We just moved last year and we are working to create Permaculture farm.
POLAND > We are a group of family and friends who started together an adventure to create a small local co-living project. We look after animals in need, we have a big organic garden and we contribute to the local community through charity work and teaching languages.
SPAIN > We are looking for volunteers to work on permaculture, eco-building, renovation/construction, natural farming.
BRAZIL > Our Eco Farm situated in the beautiful mountains near Nova Friburgo offers volunteers the opportunity to learn about permaculture, bioconstruction and organic farming. But we believe that most of all you will learn about yourself.
UK > We are a not-for-profit organisation based in Devon in South West England running UK and European training projects that help people achieve their goals for nature, science, education and employment.
VIETNAM > Are you looking for a new travel style? Do you want to gain an insight into Vietnam? Do you want to experience volunteer work on organic farming abroad?
UGANDA > Also if your interested in nature we can take you to our Organic farmhouse (is solar powered) in the Eastern Uganda where you can spend sometime to learn on Rural life, help at the farm with gardening, planting vegetables, fruits and staple foods, you can also introduce your own ideas or perhaps setup a small garden for yourself, we have enough land and as well as learn how people live in the natural Africa.
THAILAND > This new community of passionate growers is looking for volunteers interested in organic farming and sustainable living. Volunteers get involved in a wide variety of jobs, from preparing compost to natural building projects.
SPAIN > Sunseed Desert Technology is set in a small , once abandoned village, in one of the driest parts of Europe, having less than 300mm of rain per year, and with temperatures ranging from –7 to 40+.