A local organic farm welcomes visitors from around the world.
If you love to travel and appreciate the benefits of organic farming, then you’ll want to learn more about WWOOFing—Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms. WWOOF connects interested travelers from around the world with organic farmers, otherwise known as host farms, to promote education exchanges and build a community of conscious farmers. Available in more than 100 countries around the world, the U.S. currently has more than 2,000 farms, gardens, homesteads, communities, and other agricultural projects signed up to host visitors, otherwise known as WWOOFers. One of those hosts is Ben Mearns, who owns and operates Mud College Farmstead in Gettysburg.
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