The new (and organic) way to volunteer on a farm in Israel
The idea is simple: You work as a volunteer on a farm in return for room and board, and then at some point move on to another farm; This is known as wwoofing.
Ten years ago, Ronen Levy, from Tzoran, a community village in the center of Israel, east of Netanya, took a trip to farms all over the country, and published his impressions on a Hebrew website called Hava, which specializes in ecological construction and urban agriculture. The goal of his meanderings was to experience farm life: Levy took part in the day-to-day routine of those who...
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