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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.


This farm is situated in the commune of San Miniato, and is of 44 hectares of which 13 are vineyard and 6.5 olive grove. The farm is certified biodynamic and we believe in sustainable and social agriculture. If you come to our farm you can take part in all the phases of work, which vary according to the season, from the pruning and care of the growing plants up to the harvest, at which point you can also help with jobs in the wine cellar. In October and November it is also possible to participate in the olive harvest. We also have experience of working with apprentices from all over the world and university students. For more information visit our website and Facebook page. Accommodation in room. English, French, German, Spanish and Arabic spoken.
Our organic farm of 6 hectares extends over hilly terrain and is dedicated to the cultivation of olive trees and the breeding of chickens and rabbits outside. In addition to recovering the ancient olive groves planted centuries ago (destroyed, except for the radical mass, in 1967 due to a devastating fire), our intent is to safeguard and spread our traditional culture linked to the production and preparation of food. Currently the recovery of olive trees is going hand in hand with the restoration of dry stone walls. Depending on the season, the WWOOFers participate in pruning and cleaning olive trees, olive harvesting, restoration of dry stone walls, contribute to the care of the farmyard animals, the vegetable garden and the orchard, participate in the preparation of homemade products, prepare meals, learn our traditional cuisine. From December 2016 we are also educational farm! This year the farm has four new friends: three Skudde sheep and a Sardinian donkey named Lampo. We are a few miles from the sea, from Pisa and Lucca. Languages ​​spoken: English, Russian and French as well as Italian. Contact Helena and / or Giacomo, preferably by e-mail. We need help throughout the year, especially in the summer months.
Hi all, thanks for taking the time to look into our profile. We are a small family of winegrowers, based in the small village of Chianni (Tuscany), and passionate of Natural Agriculture techniques. In summer 2018 we attended a Permaculture Design Course and we have just started an Experimental Permaculture Centre, a project whose goal is to achieve self-sustainability and resilienc and promote Natural Agriculture techniques. In order to do so we plan to collaborate with Univerisities and share results through organization os specific courses and meetups. Ultimately, we would like to be part of the growing network of resilience and sustainable centres worldwide Though we are just in the beginning of our path, we have already started two projects: 1. Implantation of a new permaculture vineyard on the old dry-wall terraces of the farm 2. Reforestation of a small deforested area using the principles of Syntropic Agriculture, developed in Brazil by Ernst Gotsch Our house was built in 1650 and we own a land of 3.5 ha, mostly terraced with dry walls (UNESCO heritage) built between the 1920 and 1940. We are at 450 metres above sea level with stunning views on the central hills of Tuscany, from Volterra to Pontedera and we are at easy reach from the Airport of Pisa. Please join us! We need your enthusiasm, curiosity and "can do" attitude. Together we'll setup and take care of the garden; you'll learn about maintenance of a permaculture vineyard and learn techniques of natural winemaking; we'll plant trees for the syntropyc food forest, and we'll show you how to take care of the animals. Accommodation will be in the main house, in a room with double beds and bunk beds and shared bathroom. Hope to see you soon! Stefano, Nicoletta & baby Federico
Our farm is small (7 ha) and family-run. We are a family of 5 of which 3 have finished studies and are working abroad. We bought the farm in 1981, after we had been working on a bilateral German project in Africa for some years. In 1981 the farm was converted to organic. In the meantime our activities are limited to olive trees. We do not have animals or a vegetable garden. The work for WWOOFers therefore depends on the season: land clearing and grass cutting., preparations for the harvest of olives and the harvest itself from mid-October to December.. August and September are the two months when - due to lack of work and considering the heat - we do not need WWOOFers. The work is not very varied and we therefore only ask for 4 hours a day, except for the olive harvest when we all work together, also in the afternoons. Meals are mainly vegetarian and partially organic. Accommodation is in a comfortable appartment on the ground floor of our house. We can welcome. 1 or 2 people for a minimum stay of at least one week. Our wwoofers should be independent and enterprising. Our interests are classical music, reading (we have many books in English, German and Italian) and politics. German, English and French spoken. Each year we are getting older. Take into consideration that in 2019 we are 75 (Sigismund) and 72 (Ursula). Recent wwoofers could have been our grandchildren, which was very pleasant and Interesting.
I was born in Milan, and over 10 years ago I came to live in Tuscany with my partner. I am 63 and was a photographer by profession, then I designed gardens and was a gardener, now I am a farmer. I bought this farm in 2003, it had been abandoned for many years. I personally followed all the restoration work and quickly made it into a farm where on 4 ha we cultivate olives and herbs. We have been certified organic and biodynamic for 8 years. For 5 years we have produce exclusively essential oils. Help needed mainly in April, May and June when we harvest herbs and flowers, which we then distill. Accommodation in a room for periods of 1-2 weeks. I do not have animals except for 2 dogs and a 2 cats, all with excellent characters. I speak English and some French. I do not have a TV but a great deal of music, mainly classical.
Small 13 hectare (7 of woodland) farm in the 'Colline Metallifere' 35 kms from the sea were we have lived for some years and which we cultivate using the principles of Fukuoka. We collect wild herbs which we dry and make conserves from the seasonal fruits and vegetables. We have a small plant nursery with aromatic and wild plants, chickens for eggs, 2 small dogs and 6 cats. We need help caring for the animals, harvesting herbs, caring for the plants in the nursery, in the synergic vegetable garden, in the woodland, making paths for guided excursions, new fences, in the olive grove and making bread and conserves. We can accommodate 1-2 people for stays of not less than two weeks in a room in the house. We ask you to use only natural detergents for your personal hygiene. Meals are mainly vegetarian and organic. We speak English and a little French.

We are Paolo (1985) & Sofia (1986) and a for little over a year we have been working on our ‘Piante Innovative’ project on 3 has of land in the hills in Palaia (Pi), cultivating useful and unusual plants to improve sustainability and ecological coexistence. Between the plant nursery, the olive trees, the fields, the garden and the wood the work is very varied; we reproduce the plants, collect and select the seeds, distill herbs, make preparations for the welfare of the soil ... all topped off with the creativity and experimentation. We like to share this adventure and the silence of nature with others. The plants keep us busy us in all the seasons, as does the maintenance of the greenhouse and of the surrounding spaces. In September we harvest Cannabis sativa, in October / November the olives. We host WWOOFers for a minimum period of two weeks, in a small but comfortable caravan for 2 people (possibly a couple). Meals are mainly vegetarian and organic. We have two large dogs and a cat. We speak Italian, Spanish, English and we can understand a little French.
This is an organic farm nestled in the hills of the town of Santa Luce in the province of Pisa. Jonathan has managed the farm since 2012, and his girlfriend Valentina, his family and friends all help with the project. There are many animals, goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, geese, two beautiful dogs, 3 adorable cats and finally our friends the bees, 10 hives. We also have an agritourism, in the holiday season we rent two apartments to tourists. We need help in the vegetable garden, garden, olive grove, with the animals, with making preserves and jams, in preparing products to sell, and with the many other jobs on a farm throughout the year, the farm is in the process of converting to biodynamic. The accommodation for wwoofers may vary depending on the period, either sharing an apartment with other WWOOFers, or in rooms in the main house- those who wish can stay in a tent. The meals are largely vegetarian, but occasionally we also eat meat from the farm. I (Jonathan) speak Italian, other members of the family speak English. Minimum stay of 15 days, if you are interested we will send you a more detailed presentation when you contact us.
Our farm is situated in the hills in Tuscany in the municipality of Lari (Pi). We, myself - Irene (35), my husband Luca (35) and our children Sveva (2012), Emma (2007) e Pietro (2010) are genuine Tuscans! Our 8 ha family run, certified organic farm, has 1200 olive trees, 400 fruit trees, a large vegetable garden, 6 horses (we organize treks and walks), sheep, goats, bees ..... an agritourism, small restaurant, we are building a workshop for transforming our produce. Depending on the time of year we need help with: pruning, harvesting fruit and olives, cutting firewood, care of the garden, animals and small maintenance jobs. We can accommodate up to 3 WWOOFers, minimum stay one week, in summer in your own caravan or tent, in winter in the apartments in the farmhouse. We love cooking and so we can spoil you with our dishes which are all made from organic and seasonal produce. We love to travel and enjoy being with people from different cultures. The village is 1 km away, the bus stop 800 m, we have internet connection and bicycles you can use. Languages spoken: English, French and Spanish.
This organic farm is in the heart of Tuscany, near Volterra. It has been family-run for more than 50 years, the agritourism has been running for more than 12. We also produce wine, olive oil, forage crops and grain. We have 4 apartments and 5 rooms in the agritourism, we welcome people who want to share this experience with us.