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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) , the official representative body for WWOOF at an international level and we are proud to be part of.

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Host ID : PHI005


LOCATION : Very quiet, rural and mountainous town, surrounded by rice terraces and virgin forest

1.5 hectare mountain set nursery, complete with housing, seedbeds, organic fertilizer stock, potting materials, gardening tools, seeds, and planting space. However, the volunteers will be asked to do community outreach work within the Asipulo community, by helping develop school composting areas and organic vegetable gardens, organic fruit tree demo farms, and local farmer trainings on organic farming.



Host ID : PHI004


NOTE:(They are not responding at the moment, we are still trying to contact them if they are still active as a host farm member in WWOOF PHILIPPINES.)

LOCATION : Tublay, Benguet Province which is 30 min. north of Baguio City. Baguio is a 6 hour bus ride north of Manila.

45 hectare family owned organic farm including vegetable terraces, hiking trails, fish ponds, and nursery. Need willing WWOOFers to help plant, prepare compost, and continue trail work and work in garden. Willing WWOOFers are available at any time - please give at least a weeks notice if applicable. We use natural farming techniques including the use of Indigenous Micro-Organisms. Also speak Ilocano,Ibaloi and Tagalog. The farm is 3km from town. Buses leave frequently and we are able to pick you up at the bus station in Baguio with prior arrangement.



Host ID : PHI010


LOCATION :Talay going to Valencia

My name is Glenda, I am 30 years old. I have not had any higher education (no college), but I am eager to learn. I learned organics growing from some vocational courses, I also have some experience about organic farming. I love to connect to those people who has heart and indeed able to help pursue my goal. I am looking for people who can help me it comes to organic farming. i had a 1000 sqmtr for start of demonstration organic farming. I enjoy looking after people, telling stories, writing, and reading. I also have a sewing machine and love to sew. I get along with others easily and I can communicate to many different people. I speak English and some local dialect. I can be a health advisor too as I know how to make organic medicines.



Host ID : PHI008


LOCATION : countryside

Herbana Farms, Philippines is an agroecology mini-farm dedicated to organic, fair trade/ethical living. HF is seeking aware committed individuals/couples or groups to wwoof on the farm or work as interns or to do the 6 month appreticeship in Tropical Organic Agriculture (Nov-April) cool season. Dormitory style bunk- house accommodation or camping (BYO). All year round availabilty. Minimum period for all positions one month.



Host ID : PHI006



NOTE:(They are not responding at the moment, we are still trying to contact them if they are still active as a host farm member in WWOOF PHILIPPINES.)

LOCATION : Large organic farmland and virgin forest park, with native houses and native house style dorm rooms for park visitor (native dor

40 hectare mountain park, covered with organic coffee forests, vegetable crops, fruit trees, and rices terraces. Much of the park is virgin forest also. The park is ran completely by the Non-profit local organization, The Indigenous Farmers for Sustainable Agriculture. This gigantic park promotes organic farming, wildlife protection, eco-friendly camping, and indigenous culture promotion.




Host ID : PHI011

NOTE : Sorry to inform you that our host farm member from batangas will not accept wwoofer untill May, for she is having family problem. Thanks for your understanding

LOCATION : Our farm is located at brgy. Palingowak Sanjuan, Batangas.It is a 4k sq meter lot with 300 mahogany trees(3y/o) as secondary fence.

We grow fruit bearing trees such as coconut, banana, papaya, jackfruit, and mango.We also grow variety of vegetables and herbs.

We will provide 3 meals a day for 5 days-Mon-fri. for now we can only  accomodate  4 persons / batch. We have clean toilet and kitchen. We use artesian well as a source of water, and we cook food using woods. We promote simple and healthy lifestyle.

The suggested length of stay is 1-2 weeks, volunteers are expected to help in the preparation of meals and would be expected to work 5-6hrs a day for 5 days a week.We also teach personal development 30min before working and 30 min after working.The type of work depends on the season. Weeding and watering are part of daily chores.

Only few restrictions, no smoking, no alcohol, no drugs.We are always excited to meet new people, share and learn in their cultures.We are only 30 minutes drive to Laiya-white beach, you will enjoy the beach during summer.



Host ID : PHI012

Gelacio I. Yason Foundation-Family Farm School, Inc. (GIYF-FFS)

LOCATION : The Gelacio I. Yason Foundation-Family Farm School, Inc. (GIYF-FFS) is a small grassroots NGO located on a 7-hectare site in San Mariano, Roxas, Oriental Mindoro. GIYF-FFS is an alternative secondary school that addresses the social and environmental issues relative to the needs of the students and the communities it serves. The major difference between a FFS and a standard school is that students from a FFS have alternating home periods and school periods, which allows learning without alienation from their environment and serves as a practical way of allowing the youth to continue working with their parents in their means of livelihood.

Students live at the school for two weeks and then return to their families for one week.  During the two-week school stay, one week is focused on academia and one week is focused on sustainable farming practice.  During each one week home period tutors visit each student and their family with the aim of assisting in the implementation of sustainable farming techniques learnt from the school, development of family enterprise projects, knowing personally the life situation of the student and reinforcing the family work groups.

The school farm is a training ground for students and community members.  When local farmers see the success of organic farming at the school farm they feel inspired to try it on their own farm.  Trainings, workshops and exposure days are opportunities for local farmers to gain skills, knowledge and inspiration regarding sustainable and organic agriculture.

Every second week of the two-week school stay is known as ‘farm period’, during which students practice sustainable and organic farming techniques learnt in the classroom such as composting, using organic fertilizers and biological pest control. During home period students are able to implement these farming methods on their own family farm.

Part of the values that the GIY-FFS wishes to imbibe in its students is an entrepreneurial spirit that seeks livelihood opportunities by considering the needs and potentials of the family and community and assessing how to creatively respond to those needs through the Family Enterprise Project (FEP). The FEP is born from a collective effort, in which students on their third and fourth year of formation, with the support of their families and tutors are expected to select and implement a particular project that would not only be sustainable and feasible in their local communities, but also open opportunities for greater financial support for the families.

GIYF-FFS aims to be the main mover for rural development within the communities it serves.  To achieve this ‘community organizing’ is needed to allow groups to work together to discuss and analyze problems and seek potential solutions.  Each family of the school is allocated into one of five clusters according to which community they live in.  This community organizing allows GIYF-FFS to give specific trainings and advice on enterprise and other community possibilities according to a clusters’ geographical location. The combination of the family based FEP’s and cluster based trainings ensures that all enterprise and community possibilities are explored and all community members are involved.

The Natural Health program, which promotes the consumption of fresh and organic vegetables and discourages harmful chemicals and additives such as MSG goes hand in hand with the Sustainable and Organic Agriculture program. Grow natural food and eat healthily is the message being sent to the students, families and community through information and training sessions, health counseling and developing health friendly enterprise projects.  

GIYF-FFS aims to produce enough harvest to nourish the schools students through a Permaculture farming system.  The school farm grows organic rice varieties as well as many other crops including banana, eggplant, corn, coconut, mango and mushrooms to name a few.  The farm also keeps chickens, pigs, cattle and Karabaw.

The GIYF-FFS is currently converting its 7 hectare property into an Environmental Education Centre equipped with traditional hut displaying environmental technologies, reforestation of endemic plants, permaculture display, medical and traditional plant gardens. its hopes are to become fully sustainable.

The GIYF-FFS would love to host volunteers to help in the development of the EEC. There is guest room facilities and also extra lodging is available in the school if required.



Host ID : PHI013



DESCRIPTION: Santo Doming Orchard is a young orchard that was started in late 2008. The farm is a cluster of 4 lots adjacent to each other whose owners have decided to work their land as a single unit. Each family helps in the farm chores or may designate a worker in his/her stead; ideally, one farmhand per hectare. More workers may be hired occasionally for special projects or when needed such as during harvest. The area will be converted to an orchard planted with all kinds of fruit bearing trees common in the Philippines. Some area will be reserved for vegetable, herbs, ornamental plants, vermiculture, aquaculture, poultry and livestock.


Host ID : PHI014



DESCRIPTION: We create plant communities of fruit trees, herbs, vegetables and other plants


We are located at 644 M Above see level, close to mountain that reach up to 2900 M above see level. That makes the climate on our place cool and brings heavy rains for a couple of hours in the afternoon at around 150 days a year.

We use the biodynamic way of organic farming combined with em. korean way of organic farming and are planning also to install sonic bloom.




Host ID : PHI0015


LOCATION : Our farm consisting of developed 28 hectares planted with our rice crop and gardens with our vegetable, herbs and fruits, lies in the valley (Cagayan Valley) north east of Luzon. We have water collection ponds we have populated with fish and a forest home for wild animals and our free-ranged livestock. We have irrigated rice fields. Our forest provides us with ample supply of potable water for domestic and garden use.



Host ID : PHI0016



DESCRIPTION : The gardens are a beautiful twelve hectares, of which five are used for forestry and two for planting rice and other grains, different fruits and vegetables as well as forage. All around the compound there are wild edible herbs & vegetables and small, tended herbal gardens. The farm is situated by the Kalawaig River and has a small sweet water spring right at its heart. Along with farm hands we have farm hooves, paws and claws as well such as a water buffalo (who helps tend the rice fields), few pigs and cows, chickens, sheep and horses beside the wild animals.  The infrastructure of the farm is already very developed but a priority on our agenda is more pathways and settlements.


Host ID : PHI0017



DESCRIPTION :Its is 10,000sqm. 3000 sqm is allotted to upland rice field, 2000 sqm is allotted for kalamsi trees, 1000 sqm for the goats barn & play pen, and 200 sqm for the vegetable crops. Base on the soil analysis our land is acidic, so we are doing our best to revive the land. We are using animal manure, kakawate leaves, rice hulls and dried acacia leaves for our land preparation before planting the vegetable seedling specifically eggplant, okra and squash. We also have 18 goats to feed with seven kinds of grass, but we are unable to generate the seven kinds of grass because of the much land for plantation. 

There are only three (3 Persons) of us( the other 1 is not full time) Who re developing this land, and more manpower, organic ideas and skills are needed for us to have a sustainable farm that could encourage fellow-farmers in Bulacan and other parts of the Philippines to go organic. Our future projects are: 1. Setting up a vermiculture for organic fertilizer. 2. Setting up small tilapia pond. 3. Set up large compost pit. 4. Put up a duck weeds pond. 5. Papaya plantation for the summer. 6. Adding up a herbal garden.. 7. Rice terrace style for the vegetables because the is sloping.

We encourage WWOOFers to help us in there future projects/undertakings and even share with us new ideas and skills about organic or natural farming. We welcome everyone and hope that they would have fruitful and unforgettable time with us.


Host ID : PHI0018




DESCRIPTION : We are a whole life education center based around an organic farm. The property right now is nearly one hectare with plans to grow this to 3 hectares over the next 3 years. The farm's focus is education. From early 2014 we will start running courses on natural health, organic gardening, bio farming entrepreneurship, intergrated spiritually, whole life living and more.

The Happy House Farm was founded in late 2012. Previously it was a traditional rural rice farm. Rice is still grown on the property. Development of the property began in mid 2013 and is ongoing with plans for a full water recycling system, swimming pool, fish farm, underground water tanks and a soil recovery system.




Host ID : PHI0019




DESCRIPTION: Currently in the process of developing and permaculturing/organic farming demonstration site. Need help clearing the land with sowing and planting and general farm duties. 



Host ID : PHI0020



DESCRIPTION: This is a 4 hectare farm that is currently exclusively growing organic kalamansi. We are in the process of introducing permculture design and diversifying what we grow. Need hel clearing the land, building irrigation network and general farm duties



Host ID : PHI0021





DESCRIPTION: This is a forest farm that is mostly use in coconut production. Its only accessible via boat. We need help with clearing land to build a path. Also in the construction of a deck that will help coming to the property via boat easier. 



Host ID : PHI0022



DESCRIPTION: This is CRS project that we’re implementing with our partner, the vice mayor of Quezon City, NHA and Condominium Association. We are trying to convert the unused space in the condo complex into a thriving organic farm using permculture principles. It’s still in t its infancy and work hasn’t commenced. We would need help with planting, building irrigation system and general farm duties



Host ID : PHI0023




DESCRIPTION: We are a 2 hectare property, converting from small-scale coconut production to diversified, sustainable agriculture. We are, as of July 2014, at the very beginning of our journey. A number of raised beds have been dug and planted and some infrastructure, namely a large shed and a water pump for irrigation, has been built. The entire property is being designed through permaculture principle... we are currently completing our permaculture design certificate online. Plans are in place for fish/irrigation ponds, rice fields, duck habitat, goat raising, fruit trees etc etc. The plan is to become a model of sustainability. We produce all of our organic inputs onsite and wwoofers wil be able to assist in composting, vermicomposting(worms), production of fermented foliar fertilizers, mulching, planting, growing and general dirty work. Experience is not necessary, just a willingness to participate. Anyone with knowledge and or experience in organic production or appropriate technology is welcome to come along and share ideas.


Host ID : PHI0024




 DESCRIPTION: Kainos Farm is a small-scale, 3000 sq meter, Organic farm/retreat and training center. We grow a variety of vegetables in our sixty-six ft double-dug raised beds that are grouped into six smaller gardens with a guild of fruit trees and herbs in each garden.

We use principles of permaculture design in our farm as well as bio-intensive methods in our vegetable planting.

Wwoofing at kainos farm will also include trips to its satellite gardens such as daang kalabaw community garden, Dans Garden Stujo, Bungang Araw magic garden in los banos and tara farm in bay, laguna.

Kainos farm is solar and wind-powered. We have two dorm rooms and shower rooms for boys and girls. We have a Bahay Kubo for eating and another one for relaxing.



Host ID : PHI0025




DESCRIPTION: The property is owned by the farmer and it is 8 kilometers from the city going north. Before Yolanda, i was into organic practice off high value crops(vegetables and fruits). I have vermicast production. These were all destroyed during typhoon.We appreciate if the wwoofers can bring farm tools.




Host ID : PHI0026




DESCRIPTION: The property is 26 hectares and 12 hectares is preserved for our forest/watershed. The remaining area is meant for natural integrated farming. There are areas for the dragon fruit plantation, bamboo plantation, grazing area for goats and some reserved for the rabbits. We need help for fencing within the boundary lines, sowing vegetables, weeding the bamboo plantation and building small water dams.




Host ID : PHI0027





DESCRIPTION: We have some 350, 000 trees planted to date, they range from Pili Nut tress, Guyabano, Rambutan, Cashew Nut, Malungay, to name a few.

We would like to help in anything that the volunteers could offer in our 300+ hectare farm in the highlands. Help teaching the local Filipinos, education the people with farming skills, the benefits of organic farming technique. We can accommodate 4 to 6 wwoofers.




Host ID : PHI0028




DESCRIPTION: Looking for possible techincal cooperation in rice farming using latest Organic method specially in dealing with pest and other Crop problem looking for expert in rice and mango and fruit integration> Our main problem are Snail in rany season and pest in dry season so need help and also training of poeples.




Host ID : PHI0029





DESCRIPTION: We cultivate in forest & Garden areas fruits & vegetables on div. Permaculture principles like composting & organic fertilizers, rainiwater collecting, gray water recycling & filtration. The houses is sustained by a solar system & generator. An aquaponic prototype serves as future study & food source. The place offers a field for learning & applied practice, spiritual practices of mediation & yoga support our philosophy and have similar things share.

We compost & fertilized, Compost toilet, gray water recycling, rainwater filtration, aquaponicraft method(SOON), Solar system & Cooking.



Host ID : PHI0030





DESCRIPTION: Family Farm Near Surfing Beach in San Luis, Aurora

Our family has two farms which were left by our father as part of his retirement project and legacy. Each farm is approximately 4 hectares in size and are located in Aurora. As my father just died a year and a half ago we have not yet fully explored the options of developing the farm. We want to maintain it as a sustainable family farm (not commercial), and Smart eco-agricultural-tourism friendly farm for family, close family friends or chosen guests who want to visit and relax in Aurora. San Luis is approximately 15 minutes away through car/tricycle from Baler, Aurora, one of the best wave surfing, hiking, cycling places in the Philippines.

The purpose of searching for volunteers is to introduce sustainable farming techniques using organic and indigenous materials, assist in taking care of animals, and repair the fens or basic structures using environment friendly materials which are readily available in the farm. My family and I always wanted to explore organic farming but due to our work schedules we can only be weekend/monthly farmers and have limited time to attend trainings which are usually given on weekdays. We hope to learn new techniques from the volunteers by method of teaching through practice or through sharing some learning materials if available. Part of the work is also to get in touch and work with locals, teach them livelihood programs who usually come to the farm to work on some days—this can also be organized on a weekly basis.

I and my family are experienced hosts and we have been hosting travelers since 2012 through another travelers’ internet based community. We are excited to try hosting WWOOFers as part of giving to the community and as a source of knowledge exchange, and building new friendship among volunteer oriented individuals. Volunteers should be independent, patient, and understanding as we can only provide minimal items. The care taker does not speak and understand much English so instruction should be partially tagalog and English or other communication methods may be used to make him understand such making actions or pointing at things. You can also teach the care taker to write and speak English during your stay—one of the priorities. Family members visits the farm at least every month or every other weekend if our work permits us to take some time off.




Host ID : PHI0031




DESCRIPTION: The entirety of the property on the island is around 80 hectares but we are only developing the farm which is a tiny portion of it while most will be left for nature to flourish in. the main house for volunteers is located on the eastern coast of the island in coral bay and there is also a beach on the northern side of the island which we have access to. The majority of the property is the surrounding forest and hills where wild birds, snakes, monkeys and other fauna could be seen.


We devoutly follow and believe in permaculture principles and techniques which is what we currently practice in the farm. This means we deeply observe natures ways and its patterns patiently. We do not like rushing things and we are against all use of all chemical pesticides and fertilizers. We believe the earth provides us with everything we need, we just have to respect it and not take anything for granted.