David Wall/Courtesy of Tourism New Zealand

New Zealand: Volunteer on an Organic Farm

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Few places in the world are as green (or topographically
stunning) as New Zealand, an island nation of wide-open spaces and small towns,
where sheep still outnumber people 10 to one. The locals believe in working the
land in a sustainable way that preserves the environment, and invite visitors
to join their progressive farming movement through WWOOFing (World Wide Opportunities on Organic
Farms). You can work on an organic farm or vineyard or a small family garden,
or help with energy-saving projects.

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New Zealand: Volunteer on an Organic Farm

Few places in the world are as green (or topographically
stunning) as New Zealand, an island nation of wide-open spaces and small towns,
where sheep still outnumber people 10 to one. The locals believe in working the
land in a sustainable way that preserves the environment, and invite visitors
to join their progressive farming movement through WWOOFing (World Wide Opportunities on Organic
Farms). You can work on an organic farm or vineyard or a small family garden,
or help with energy-saving projects.

David Wall/Courtesy of Tourism New Zealand

Best Places for a Sabbatical

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