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ATTENTION: In this list you see the hosts that reflect your research and you can get an idea of the hosts present in WWOOF Italia. Their name and contacts are only visible to members. By joining WWOOF Italy and paying the membership fee of € 35 you can get in touch with your chosen farm and organize your trip and your stay with them.

Teramo

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My son (11) and I live in this old house mid way between the Adriatic sea and the Gran Sasso national park surrounded by 1 ha of land, in the hills. WWOOFers can help me in the vegetable garden, with land clearing, making new fences, caring for the chickens and domestic animals, harvesting fruit and making natural preserves and with maintaining the house (which needs a lot of work!). A very isolated place and I do not have a car. Only Italian spoken.I and my 12 1/2 year old son live in an old country house halfway between the Adriatic Sea and the natural park of Gran Sasso (TE), surrounded by almost 1 ha of land in the hills. WWOOFers can help me in the care of the garden, cleaning the land, cutting wood, making new fences, caring for the hens and domestic animals, harvesting fruit and making  preserves, with house maintenance (which is in great need of help!). We do a lot of bart a and trade with friends in the area, such as: (exchange of healthy food, aid and expertise). We also go to farmers markets. We are active in the growth of a really supportive and environmentally friendly reality. Hospitality is rather spartan and the food strictly vegetarian. I have a car and I can pick you up at the train station or bus stop (Bellante Stazione). I prefer telephone contact. I speak only Italian, also accept foreigners as long as they write to me in English by text message. The house numbering was changed by the council from 28 to 11, but the house is the same! Thank you

Our farm is located in Cellino Attanasio, about 40 minutes from the sea and 50 minutes from the Gran Sasso. We are reopening a farm which had been closed for years. We need to sort out the rooms, to finish the boarding kennels for dogs, to restore the garden, we have about 600 olive trees to follow and many fruit trees: walnuts, apricots, cherries, apples, over 1/2 hectare of vineyard .. we have other ideas for organic production for the near future, but we are really at the beginning. We would like to share our experience with motivated people who really want to see how to initiate a different life choice .. the experiences we are doing are unpredictable and unusual .. and we need motivated and enthusiastic help that allows us to finalize our small objectives in the medium term: the rooms for the B & B and the boarding kennels for dogs, the garden and the olive grove. Here I am on the farm by myself, I am Claudio, 44 years old and I have chosen to take care of this land, leaving behind me the city and my profession as an architect. I hope to know and host simple and practical people who want to follow this path with me and that together we can learn a lot and work in harmony. I speak a bit of English and French.
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This is a small young farm devoted to the cultivation of ancient cereals, legumes and food hemp in Abruzzo, in the upper Tordino river valley at the foot of the National Park of Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga and 10 km from the city of Teramo. We deal directly with the entire supply chain from cultivation to processing and packaging of the seed up to the sale of the finished products. Among our projects, the construction of rural area providing fun and educational activities with children based on contact with nature and with the world of agriculture, and the restructuring of an ancient water mill on the river. Our family consists of Simona (architect), Alessio (anthropologist), Enrico 4 years and Filippo 18 months, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 6 hens. We inhabit a village of 10 houses where eight people live permanently and carry out activities not only strictly with production, but also of information and dissemination of rural values, economic solidarity and critical consumption. We live a simple lifestyle. We are omnivores but eat a lot of vegetables and grains, and grow most of our food. Accommodation is in our house or a tent for periods of at least 2 weeks. We can speak English and a little French and Spanish. We like to accommodate families with children.
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My partner and I with our two children aged four and two live on this farm. Our farm has been going for a little over a year and everything is in the initial stages; and all the produce, for now, is for our own consumption. On our land are olive trees, fruit trees, a small vegetable garden and arable land (spelt and clover) and our animals: ten free range black pigs blacks, a goat, four families of bees, dogs and cats. The activities that can be done here are many and varied! We'd like to erect a small greenhouse heated by manure, to grow indigenous vegetables and herbs from seed; make a chicken house, a fence for the goat; and then there are also all the household chores and caring for the animals, making bread with sourdough, conserving the seasonal fruit, making creams etc My partner speaks good English, German, Spanish and the local dialect, I speak a little English and Spanish. The accommodation we offer is a large room with a shared bathroom. We believe that hosting WWOOFers and sharing everyday life is a great opportunity for growth for us, our children and the farm.

We sold the farm in the mountains and bought a small plot closer to the sea. For now we are in the process of reorganization and we cannot accommodate wwoofers. But anyone who wants to say pass by and say hello is welcome
Ciao, I am Jacopo, I am 29 years old and together with my family (Pietro and Antonietta) and my partner Valentina I manage an organic farm in Controguerra, in the hills of the Abruzzo hinterland 10 km from the sea and 30 km from the mountains. We have about 10 hectares of land between vineyards, olive trees, old cereal varieties, some vegetables and some fruit trees. We take care of all the transformation processes, we have a wine cellar (which is our main activity), a small olive oil mill and a stone mill. The agritourism also allows us to use our products to make traditional dishes. For wwoofers we have shared rooms and space for tents and campers for short and long stays. We will be very happy to share our journey with anyone interested in learning about our world and leaving their mark in respect for nature.
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Ours is an organic farm which has been certified organic since 2010. We are a Dutch couple and when we bought the farm in 2005, we realized a dream which we had had for over 30 years: living a healthy and natural life, producing our own food. Our farm is situated 3 km from the village, the bus stops 500 m away. We have 10 ha among pastures with alfalfa, orchards, olive groves, vineyards and woodland. We raise chickens for eggs and turkeys for meat and there are 4 cats to keep us company. Our guests stay in a separate apartment, and give a hand in working in the vegetable garden, orchards, olive groves and vineyards, conserving food for the winter, pasturing the turkeys. Recently we replanted forest on 8 ha of arable land and these 5000 plants need to be tended too. We speak Dutch, Italian, English, German, some French and Turkish. We welcome WWOOFers for short periods.
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Our family run farm where 7 of us live and work: Americo and Diana, parents (86 and 76), Piero (42) with his wife Jar (35) and son Jigo of 6 years, and Emanuele (43) who lives here also with Lorenza (37). There are also two cats, some hens and two goats. We have a vineyard of nearly 3 hectares, about 150 olive trees, some fruit trees, a vegetable garden, and we grow everything biologically, even if we are not certified. We have two large restored farmhouses with 7 independent apartments we rent during the year, especially in the summer. The farmhouse may be full only from mid-July to mid-August, and at this time wwoofers can stay in the tents we provide. On the farm there is a "Museum of Rural Civilization in Val Vibrata", a collection of tools and objects that were used in our area up until a few decades ago ... We speak Italian, English and Thai and we have internet connection. The main jobs are those related to the vineyard (pruning, removing leaves etc,) and the cellar (harvesting and bottling). Then there is the olive harvest and the care of the vegetable and the garden.
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Our family farm is located in Atri, about 30 km from Teramo and 15 from the sea. We are in two: Antonio, 55 and Tiziana, 53; our 32 and 34 year old children do not live with us, but often come to help us. We raise 50 Marchigiane cows (for meat) and about seventy sheep of mixed breeds, from which we obtain milk to produce cheese directly in our small dairy. We also have a horse, some pigs, chickens and two dogs. We grow cereals and alfalfa for the animals and have a small vegetable garden for us. We also have about 400 olive trees and some fruit trees. We are changing our lifestyle and the setting of the farm, we have joined a local GAS (buyers group) and we want to learn, thanks also to the sharing our lives with wwoofers, new techniques such as synergistic vegetable garden and biodynamic agriculture! On the farm there is always a lot of work to do: taking care of the animals, milking, making cheese! We would also like to build new fences. We participate every week in a farmers' market and often in cultural and informative initiatives on cheese making. In spring, many schoolchildren come to visit the farm and we would like become a small educational farm. We are omnivorous, we understand English but it is preferable to have a good knowledge of Italian. Our house is very large, you can sleep in a room with bathroom and we host all year.
We are a small farm located about 4 kilometers from the Adriatic Sea and to the east of the Apennine mountains near the town of Giulianova. Giulianova train station is about 5km away and on the north south Adriatic train line (Bologna-Bari). There is also a bus from the station to about 500 mt away. On this land sits a beautiful, old stone house which was originally built in the late 1800’s. We have about 1,5 acre or 7000 square meters of vineyard with the potential to plant and cultivate more. The existing vines were planted in 1968. On the land there are also about 120 olive trees which produce an exquisite oil when harvested. Work needed depends on the seasons. There is pruning to be done in the Winter, Spring and Summer. Harvest for grapes and olives happen in the Fall. First with the grapes. Throughout the year there are house projects and other practical work to be done. We are a couple from Italy and California. We speak both English and Italian. We eat simply but very well, with lots of fresh, local ingredients. Lodging is simple and straight forward as well. We get great satisfaction from harvesting and producing our own wine and oil and look forward to sharing this experience with our WWOOF guests!