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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.

Savona

We have a small organic farm, run by two sisters who are no longer young but are tenacious in carrying on the recovery of the land: we are working hard in restoring drystone walls and with the maintenance of sheds and workshops. We grow fruit trees and have a vegetable garden. The work we have done in recent years is beginning to show rewards with a fair return of vegetables, artichokes and fruit this year. We also hope to have a good olive harvest this year. There are occasionally friends and relatives who come here and are willing to give us a hand when it is needed. Our welcome to you will be on the same line of conviviality, respect and participation, and we ask for your collaboration in the work we do. We focus on seasonal jobs with others on maintenance jobs such as collecting stones for the drystone walls. It would be very nice to have females here and also people who are not so young but are well-motivated. In your free time, in addition to the fantastic nature which surround us, there is the sea with lovely beaches (Blue Flag accredited) a few minutes away by bus, and a culturally rich Liguria with countless opportunities. Guests will be accommodated in the large tavern, from whose six windows you can see the small valley where the stream runs and where the goats go to drink. The languages ​​spoken in addition to the Italian, are Spanish and a bit of French. Unfortunately I do not speak English.
This 2 ha farm is 2 km from the sea on the slopes of the albenganesi hills. Since 1982 we have farmed the land using Fukuokas methods without using chemicals or machines. Our family is made up of Dario (1955), Laura (1961), Alice (1992), Bosco (1996) and Noel (2001). We share all our activities with our guests, cultivation and processing of our produce, herding the goats, care of animals (sheep, chickens, dogs, cats), maintenance jobs of various types, walks, swim in the sea or river (in the summer), evenings with friends. The cuisine is simple, wholesome, mainly vegetarian and we use very few products from large distributors, it is very important to us that WWOOFers share this kind of diet. From April to September you can walk barefoot because all the paths are suitable for this. We also welcome families with children, but by prior agreement. The space where we host WWOOFers is isolated from the houses (approximately 100 meters), does not have electricity and can not be locked. We do not host WWOOFers in the period from Dec. 1 Feb. 28 because we are in hibernation, but from March 1 throughout the spring and summer there are plenty of things to do. For nearly 20 years we have lived following the principles of “decrescita felice”. Life here it's very rustic and we do not use a watch. We do not have a refrigerator, TV, computer, internet, video games, therefore, recommend people who want an experience of the wildlife, coexisting with mosquitoes, flies, spiders, birds etc. Please do not bring computers, we do not use toilet paper, smoking outside only. It is possible to charge just a mobile. A little English and a few words of French spoken. It is better if you speak a little Italian at least. Contact: Laura
Siamo una Associazione di promozione sociale attiva sul territorio ligure dal 2012, che si propone di promuovere attività culturali, sociali e artistiche, con lo scopo di favorire occasioni di incontro, progettualità collettiva e condivisa in un ambiente naturale ancora preservato. Le strutture che gestiamo sono completamente immerse nel verde del Parco Regionale del Beigua, lungo i percorsi di raccordo all’Alta Via dei Monti Liguri, a un passo dal centro storico di Sassello e a 24 km. dalla costa. Gli spazi comprendono 8 ettari di terreno con 3 strutture, dove organizziamo e promuoviamo eventi e workshops legati al rapporto tra arte, natura e identità dei luoghi in connessione con la comunità locale cui apparteniamo. La particolare attenzione ai momenti di inclusione, di condivisione e scambio, hanno da sempre costituito un punto di forza nelle attività esperienziali. Le attività svolte negli orti, coltivati con il massimo rispetto per la natura, l’attenzione ad un’alimentazione sana e alla condivisione, si rifanno a un modello di vita cui ambiscono tutte le persone che si avvicinano alla nostra esperienza. Il progetto “Orti collettivi” è mirato all’autoproduzione di tutti gli ortaggi di cui abbiamo bisogno per il nostro sostentamento e per quello degli ospiti del rifugio. I prodotti della terra da noi coltivati ci aiutano anche a costruire laboratori rivolti ai ragazzi in età scolare, persone in disagio sociale, con disabilità psico-fisica e frequentanti corsi per l’inserimento lavorativo, a cui si vuol fare conoscere il processo che va dalla preparazione del terreno, alla semina dell’ortaggio, fino alla raccolta, preparazione, cottura e conservazione. Alessandra, Massimo, Roberto e gli altri soci e collaboratori vorrebbero accogliere persone che abbiano il piacere di sostenerci e aiutarci negli orti, condividendo la nostra esperienza.