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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.

Veneto

This farm is run by a family of three brothers and a sister. We produce high quality olive oil and have bees; the typical jobs on the farm are pruning (February / March), olive harvesting (October / November) cutting wood in the forest (December) and beekeeping from April to September. The extra activities that we practice and propose are: climbing, tai chi / chi kung, yoga, nature walks and more .. Accommodation offered in bedrooms or a small apartment. The cuisine is variable (from vegan to carnivore). We have the company of four dogs and one / two cats as well as all the animals in the forest. In the area of the Euganean you can visit: medieval towns (Monselice, Este, Arquà Petrarca etc.), Venice, Padua, Verona, the Thermal Baths, the park of the Euganean and more. The languages spoken are English and Italian.

This 4 ha farm is situated at an altitude of 800m facing the Dolomites. We, Isabella and Eugenio, have a B & B for people who enjoy the peace and quiet of this area, and cultivate vegetables and Lamon IGP e Gialet beans (Slow Food), potatoes, squash and apples using organic methods (certified ICEA). Help needed with preparing the land and seeding in April, May and June, with transplanting, harvesting and organic treatments from July to October, with selling our produce to people who come to the farm and with collecting firewood which we use to heat the house in the winter. The chickens, rabbits and other animals need to be cared for, the plants need watering and the areas kept in order. We are vegetarians and prefer people to smoke outside. We collaborate with a network of other farms "Dolomiti Bio" and an old dairy. We speak English and Spanish and a little French. Accommodation in a comfortable loft or a caravan, meals are eaten together. There are mountain bikes you can use. We collaborate with other WWOOF farms in the area.

This farm was started in 1998, we now have 8 ha cultivated organically. We are, myself, my sister, my mother and a helper. Since 2007 we have been biodynamic (not certified). The farm is located in the intersection of three provinces of Padua, Vicenza and Treviso, we have a farm shop and hydraulic wheel on the canal. The work required is very diverse because I cultivate at least 40 varieties of vegetables, varying from transplanting, weeding, hoeing to, irrigation, harvesting and packaging, environmental education and I also attended a Farmer's Market. Our food is practically vegetarian and is based on what we have on the farm. We mainly grow vegetables on the farm, but there are also some animals - Stellina the goat, Bio a little white dog and Birba a black dog and three cats. Then we have, Dispettosa, a voracious goose who is always ready to attack. Accommodation is one bedroom and a separate bathroom and I have a lot of space in the garden for tents. Nearby there are three walled cities such as Cittadella (with its parapet walk - the only one in Europe), then there is Bassano del Grappa and Castelfranco Veneto. Alternatively there is the temple of the Possagno where there are multiple works by Canova and then Asolo with its fortress. 30-35 km away there are Padua, Vicenza and Treviso. Nearby there are the sources of the Sile and Brenta River and the path of the Ezzelini. For hikers there is Monte Grappa with two climbing routes & hiking trails. Venezia is 50 min away. At the farm shop there is access to a free internet connection, provided with a laptop. I speak fluent Italian and some English.
We are a family of three (Alberto, Sabrina and Agata, born in 2009) and we run a small project for the production and sale of organic vegetable seedlings. We collaborate with various entities in the area such as social cooperatives and universities. Alberto works part-time with the farm organization and for the remaining time works in the greenhouse and orchard. Sabrina, his wife, does biomolecular research at the University of Padua. We consume mainly organic and vegetarian food, we do not smoke. We have a few hens, a cat and a rabbit. For the wwoofers we ask for help in the greenhouse - seeding and transplanting seedlings, with maintenance of the vegetable garden, the garden and small maintenance jobs or cleaning in the house. The working time is flexible and must be agreed on a case-by-case basis without ever exceeding the limits promoted by the association. Guests will have a room with private bathroom, meals will be eaten together. The property is 4600 square meters and is located about 40 km from Venice, 25 from Padua and 25 from Chioggia. The means of transport are quite good. We prefer non-smoking guests. We speak good English and basic Spanish.
Our farm is situated on Monte Grappa at 1360 m above sea level. We are 5 people, two sisters, our parents and little Natan of 5. We grow mainly fruit and vegetables for consumption in the agritourism (vegetarian and home cooking). We have retired horses and also breed horses free range, have a school of natural/ethological riding, farm workshops for children and adults, summer camps for children and retreats into nature for adults. We harvest herbs, plants and wild and cultivated flowers to produce flavored schnapps, herbal teas and preparations for personal care and for the environment. We are building a processing workshop for preparing cakes, baked goods, jams and pickles and have many other projects we want to try. Wwoofers could help with all the activities listed above (request more details if interested). The farm covers approximately 17 ha of pastures, meadows, orchards and woods. The animals on the farm are: horses and ponies, a donkey, cows, hens, dogs and cats. Accommodation in a room in our house with shared bathroom, or in the campsite. Places to see nearby: Ossuary Cima Grappa, Bassano del Grappa, Asolo, River Brenta etc .. (ask for more detailed information if needed) Minimum level of English spoken and written, but we have the desire to practice. We decided to undertake this adventure to get to know people and share experiences and knowledge. For us it is a new idea which we are curious to experiment with!
This farm and B & B is run by myself (35), my companion (44) and his brother (28) who is the gardener. We also have 2 dogs: Bella and Scila and 6 cats. We cultivate Lamon beans (1000 sqmt), some vegetables (mainly for our own consumption), honey from 10 beehives, have our 2 cows Spinne and Victoria with their calves, 5 goats; Gina, Matilde, Geltrude, Sofia & Camillo and 4 hens. WWOOFers can help as needed in all of these activities or with haymaking and maintenance. Stays of a couple of weeks throughout the spring, summer and autumn. There are 4 ha.s for hay. The WWOOFer will be accommodated in a room of the B & B unless they are all occupied by guests, in this case accommodation will be in a tent but this usually only happens in August or sometimes at weekends. We are not vegetarians but eat a lot of vegetables. In the house we speak Italian, but we can also speak English and Spanish. Nearby as well as many beautiful mountains we have a pretty lake: il lago di S. Croce, various rivers, the city of Belluno and a lot of other nice things.
We are looking for people now to help in the garden, with foraging and planting shrubs. This farm is made up of two properties: 1) on the Padana plain at Casale di Scodosia and 2) at Battaglia Terme inside the Parco Regionale dei Colli Euganei - Ca Vecchia. 1) The farm (26 hectares) consists of the outbuildings of the 7th century Venetian villa Correr and is an oasis for wildlife. A forest of oaks, hazelnuts, walnuts, ash, alder and paulownie covers half of the land. A hectare is kept for the wildlife. Twelve hectares are cultivated with soya, maize, wheat and lucerne. In the vineyard there are chicken and goose houses, and between the kiwi vines is the shed for the donkeys, cows and sheep. The rabbits have their own fenced area outdoors. This is also an agritourism and farm school. 2) Agriturismo Ca Vecchia consists of 50 hectares of woodland in the Parco Regionale dei Colli Euganei 1 km from Catajo Castle, which the agritourism was once part of. There is a nature reserve within which is the "Erbario del Monte Ceva". English, French and Greek spoken.

We, Giampietro and Giuliana, live in Treviso 6 km from the town centre, 5 km from Preganziol Railway Station (30 minutes by train from Venice) and 6 km from the airport Canova of Treviso. We live in a big house and we have a hectare of land cultivated in part as a vegetable garden for home use, an orchard with 50 trees of varying quality, garden, rose garden and a small wood. We also have a chicken house, two dogs and a cat. We practice organic methods for growing vegetables. We have tried in recent years to create a small natural oasis because we live in a fairly rural, but also partly urbanized - especially in recent years- area. We love good company and we like the idea of ​​sharing our home and our land with people who want to offer their experience and learn what we can teach or simply give us a hand in managing our agricultural activity, which although not business purposes, involves a certain commitment. We are also very pleased and interested in hosting guests who are Italians or foreigners who speak English or French to improve or even maintain our language skills and cultural and human exchange. We can offer a room with a double bed in the loft / attic with a separate bathroom on the ground floor. The food is organic and mostly vegetarian. We can lend you a bicycle to explore the area (park of Sile, Venetian Villas, Treviso, Venice) and hiking. We look forward to having environmentally motivated people who, together with us can be engaged on our land and share our love for nature.
We are in the middle of the Veronese plain immersed in the woods and hedges with which in 2012 we have reforested our land. We grow, re-seeding, grains of ancient wheats - with which we make flour and bread, corn, flax, mustard, hemp, beans, buckwheat and host some bee families in two permanent locations. We also have a mixed vegetable garden-orchard of about 2 ha. We attend farmers markets for the sale of our products. The home of the wwoofers is located in the agricultural house and the main activities will be the care of animals and the garden, the vegetable garden, pruning, sowing, harvesting and green building activities. To welcome you Federico and Giulia as well as two collaborators and several animals including a dog, several cats, two horses, an ass, a mule and a few hens. We prefer vegetarian cuisine and we look for an exchange with people who want to stop the time necessary to complete the projects together depending on the season and the experiences. We speak English well and a little less French and Spanish. The center of the village of Villa Bartolomea is 2 km away, you will have a bicycle and the train station that allows you to quickly reach different cities (Verona, Padua, Venice, Rovigo, Ferrara, Mantua and Bologna).

This farm is located on the hill above the town of Santa Maria in Stelle. In this ancient rural court live two families, two dogs and two cats. The main productions are Valpolicella wine grapes, olive oil and vegetables grown in the fields. The total area of ​the holding is 6.94 hectares, of which 1.8 Ha are planted with vines for wine, olives 0.35, 0.15 for the vegetables, the rest is forest. The farm has been certified organic since 2000, is run part-time by myself, an agronomist consultant for organic farming throughout Italy. My partner is the director of a technical school. One of our sons, born in 1987, works in agricultural development projects in Africa, the other (1991) studies food technology in Padua. WWOOFers live in the house and share the family's life and work in the fields. We like to eat good, genuine food with little meat but we are not vegetarians. We are passionate about baking bread, making salami and preserving fruit and vegetables for our own use. We also have 5 beehives. This year, my oldest son has opened a new organic viticulture farm, taking over an old vineyard with a rustic annex of the seventeenth century. For those interested, there might be a chance to help him.