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WWOOF PHILIPPINES RICE PLANTATION
WWOOF PHILIPPINES RICE PLANTATION
WWOOF PHILIPPINES RICE PLANTATION
WWOOF PHILIPPINES TREE HOUSE
WWOOF PHILIPPINES RICE PLANTATION

FoWO

djDid you know WWOOF started in the UK in 1971? Since then it has spread far and wide; with more than 12,000 hosts in over 100 countries. National WWOOF groups have always networked on an informal level, but in 2013 for the first time ever they have come together to create a formal Federation of WWOOF Organisations (FoWO) www.wwoof.net , the official representative body for WWOOF at an international level and we are proud to be part of.

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The WWOOFERS or volunteers decide which farm or farms they want to visit just by picking them out from the list of WWOOF PHILIPPINES.

Once you become a member through the process described here, you, as a WWOOFER, can:

 

  1. Log onto the list of farms willing to get help, selecting those you would like to contact according to your preferences.

  2. Contact the farm via e-mail, post or telephone to confirm availability, specific needs and to get to know the people living on the farm.

  3. Arrange the dates or the period of time during which you will live on the farm and share the environment and rural life.

 

When registering as a WWOOFER:

•You become a member of WWOOF PHILIPPINES for a year, after paying 25 US Dollars.

•You have access to the list of WWOOF farms throughout PHILIPPINES on www.wwoof.ph, during the subscription period.

•You receive the register number, which is used to identify yourself in the association and on the farms you would like to visit.

•A certificate maybe issued to you at the end of every stay on a farm.