Photos Ingrid Pullen
The Permaculture Research Institute of Australia, directed by world renowned Geoff and Nadia Lawton, are now WWOOF hosts!
In your work as a WWOOFER you will have the unique experience of being able to observe and be involved in the practical development of Zaytuna Farm (a 65 acre property bordering the village of The Channon, near Lismore in northern NSW), which is under the guidance of one of the world’s leading permaculture experts.
The property’s various earthworks, its diversity of plant species, its mix of domestic livestock and native wild animals, all make for a stimulating and enjoyable experience for those who relish life in beautiful and interesting surrounds.
New WWOOF applicants should complete this form (Word) and email it to:
wwoofing (at) permaculturenews.org
Specific Skills Sought
From time to time certain stages of our property and infrastructure development process benefit from WWOOFERS with particular skillsets. The list below, outlining some of the skills that will be particularly appreciated at present, will be updated from time to time as our needs change. If you have some of the skills listed here, please be sure to let us know when you send in your application:
- Nursery workers
- Production vegetable gardeners