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3rd to 24th June West coast of Ireland
We are looking for help with the gardens and the dogs. Please read our profile before you send your message. We are looking for someone who will take initiative. We can provide you with a bike to explore the area but if you have a car to explore that'd be great for you as there a lot of wonderful places to see in the area.Posted by Mill Cove 1 week 2 days ago
Well I our first Helper this year was a NO show (Great start)
We are looking for a Helper who does not mind getting Dirty, doing various tasks that are required these would include
Helping to cut wood
Cleaning out our Poly tunnel
Clearing our veg plots for the coming year
and a bit of Chicken housekeeping
Internet is on Cat 5
Interested Read our profile and get in touch
Caroline and Diane
WWOOFER mid june to mid august
Hi, i'm Axel, 20yo, french student in Biology in Toulouse FRANCE, i'm looking for a wwoofing experience between mid june and mid july, i love nature, meeting new people and new cultures, i also like the manual work so i don't fear to get my hands dirty. I hope to improve my english and discover new people.
I invite you to check my volunteer profile but i am at your disposal for any further information you would like to know.
Axel SoulèsPosted by Axel Soulès 1 week 2 days ago
Space available due to a cancellation..
Check us out and say hello..
Comfy room, great food and other perks.
NOW ACCEPTING WOOFERS FROM 22ND APRIL
Summer is coming and lots to be done in my Victorian Garden under the guidance of my Farm Manager and myself. I would like two woofers who have an interest in gardening. We are building a Zen Garden at the moment. Close to Dublin with a bus service and at the foot of the Hill of Tara and lots to do in the area.Posted by Sunshine 1 week 4 days ago
Come farm beside the sea. April and May,July
Unfortunaltey we are having alot of cancellations at Moy House. If you are intrested in learning about a farm to fork resturant come stay with us. Learning and laughs guarnteed !!Posted by moyhouse 1 week 5 days ago
Quinnsboro horse and cattle farm
Woofer with horse experience need from mid April
farm on commuter line to Dublin
great conditions, own room, organic garden
busy time with birth of calves and foals.
only genuine applicants who want to learn please
June 30 - July13 Two woofers could have a great time at Mill Little
We need two English speaking woofers to help in the garden and chat to foreign students learning English. Great accommodation and trips included. Please mail me for more details, if you feel enthusiastic about this idea!Posted by Christine Brewer 1 week 5 days ago
Learn to be a beekeeper.
We operate a small honey farm on organic principles. Two apiaries and about 15 colonies. You can learn how to keep bees from entry level to sophisticated management. Protective clothing avaiable. We use the buckfast bee, a generally docile species.
If you want to learn about beekeeping you should take a long stay to experience all the cycles that a hive goes through culminating in a the honey harvest.
We do not accept stays under 4 weeks for this reason. Your best experience in learning how to keep bees is if you can stay for two months.
We have opportunities to stay and learn from April.