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Small family-run vegetarian agritourism where we concentrate mainly on beekeeping and the production of honey and propolis. We also bake bread once a week, work with wood, restore furniture, make ceramics, make candles from beeswax and spin wool when we have time. We have a vegetable garden and a fruit orchard. We also do a lot of activities with children from March to May. WWOOFers are invited to collaborate and share our lifestyle but must be able to adapt and willing to help out also with the more tedious but very necessary jobs on the farm (i.e. not only seeding and harvesting produce). We have a donkey, 3 goats, 2 sheep, chickens, ducks and rabbits. English, French and Spanish (a little) spoken.
We are a small but dynamic farm and grow vegetables using the principles of permaculture. We grow about 2 ha of vegetables and we aim to replant an orchard and 400 square meters of soft fruit. About 100 chickens and a dozen geese keep us company, we sell in markets and run courses promoting sustainability. We can accommodate 2 people in a comfortable room with shared bathroom. We speak English, French and a little Spanish, we are omnivorous but love vegetarian cooking. Our farm is a few km from Malpensa airport and 1 km from the lake of Varese.
We have this dynamic farm which is situated in San Marzano Oliveto. The family is composed of us and our 2 sons (1985-1988). We produce wine, are a teaching farm with donkey, there is a Bar on the farm and L. makes beer. People who come here live with the family, we can not accept vegetarians and vegans. Please bring a sleeping bag and we accept pets, the accommodation is in an independent farmhouse 200 ms from the farm. The work can vary depending on the season, and may include jobs in the vineyard, wine cellar, maintaining the donkeys fences and with activities with the donkeys. We ask you when you come here to fit in with our family and lifestyle and to help with the general jobs on the farm. We are planning to start a vegetable garden and so this will also be one of the jobs with which we need help. We speak English, French & Spanish.
Small family run farm in the Lange run by P., S, A. (2001), N. (2003) and grandmother F.(1930). We grow maize, barley, hay, Lucerne (in rotation), hazelnuts, have a vineyard, fruit trees (apples, pears, peaches, apricots and plums) and soft fruit. We also have bees (with a workshop to extract and bottle the honey), farmyard animals, chickens, geese, ducks, and guinea fowl. Dogs, cats and small goats. We have 3 rooms in the B & B and 30 seat restaurant. Our house is surrounded by a small lawn and a flower garden. The jobs are very varied and not repetitive, the most interesting and important for us being with the bees and in the vineyard. Sometimes we participate at markets to sell our produce. We are not vegetarian but respect the reasons that people are. We do not speak many languages but have travelled a lot and learnt that with patience and the use of gestures we can make ourselves understood. We speak a little French, English and Spanish. We are happy to teach you what we know as when you teach you also learn.