There is an organization called WWOOF, which stands for willing workers on organic farms. It is a worldwide organization that allows people to travel to any country and live and work on organic farms. It is an exchange where the volunteer works in exchange for room and board. This popular program helps both organic farmers and travelers looking for an original experience.
Many organic farms gain from volunteer’s involvement and not just by cutting labor costs. In fact, decreased overhead is perhaps the least of the big-picture benefits. Community exposure, education, and involvement take center stage in the long-term proliferation of two popular concepts: local and organic.
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