Interesting in WWOOFing? I’ve written a guide to help you have a successful experience. The guide includes answers to the questions I get asked and information that hosts would like you to have. It will take you step-by-step through the process of planning, preparing, and living your WWOOFing adventure. Happy Farming! Sarah
My twenty-seventh farm was Fraga Farmstead in Gales Creek, Oregon. I learned more about cheese making and helped make an outdoor cob pizza oven. A post will be coming soon.
The Farm My twenty-sixth farm was The Mushroomery in Lebanon, Oregon. Jen moved from Miami to the Northwest to be in nature. She studied mycology at Western Washington University. Dustin is originally from Utah. They both were working in mycology when they met in 2004 in Bellingham, Washington. Their passion for mushrooms, especially growing wild and […]
My twenty-fourth farm was Wild Wines in Jacksonville, Oregon. I picked blackberries and watched them begin to turn to wine. A post will be coming soon.
My twenty-third farm was the Krishna Community in Spanish Fork, Utah. I spent two weeks here learning a little about llamas and the followers of Krishna. A post will be coming soon.
My twenty-fifth farm was Twin Pear Farm in Jacksonville, Oregon. I milked a shy goat, made pear butter, and found a black widow in the garden. A post will be coming soon.
My twenty-second farm was Goat Mountain Lodge in Salida, Colorado. I built a hiking trail around their 20 acre property. A post will be coming soon.
The Farm My twenty-first farm was Mountain Top Goat Gardens in Piercy, California. Joshua and Tanya have been homesteading for twenty-six years. Tanya grew up on a farm in Idaho where her mother had a large garden. Joshua is a fifth generation Californian from San Jose. Joshua’s mother was a seed saver who collected seeds […]
My twentieth farm was Clos Saron in Oregon House, California. The Farm “Be on a path and let things happen.” Gideon’s philosophy. The farmers are Saron and Gideon. The Home Vineyard is in the Sierra Foothills at 1,500 feet. The microclimate is ten degrees cooler than the surrounding area which allows Gideon’s favorite Pinor noir […]
My nineteenth farm was Whispering Winds in Port Angles, Washington. It is a homestead with goats, sheep, llamas, horses, chickens, lots of dogs of all sizes, and a wonderful vegetable garden. A post will be coming soon!