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2016-01-17 02:22:00 Post No. 1070690
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I've been working as a teacher for international schools in Asia for a couple of years. It's been ok so far, but I won't do it forever. The problem is that I'm an only child and my parents have a farm and basically disapprove of me teaching and especially being abroad. So I agreed to get more into farming (when I was younger, I wanted to have nothing to do with it, which is why I now know basically nothing). Before I really get serious about it, I thought I'd try to combine it with traveling by doing WWOOF.
From what I've understood so far, WWOOF b basically has their own organisation for each country and they have nothing to do with each other. I'm from Germany and I've been considering Japan, the US, Italy or France. Do you think it's actually possible to acquire at least some agricultural knowledge by doing WWOOF?
Also, what are your experiences with WWOOF?