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World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms - und der Eulenhof ist dabeiwwoof team 1! Wir werden jedes Jahr während der Saison international und die Hofsprache wird Englisch: WWOOFer aus aller Welt waren schon zu Gast bei uns, von Singapur bis Mexiko und England bis Spanien.

Hört euch in einem Podcast an, was Wwoofing bedeutet. Pauline, eine ehemalige Wwooferin von uns und wir selber kommen darin auch zu Wort.

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Wwoofer 2018

Maya aus den USA schreibt: 20180915 150521 resizedThis was the greatest way to spend my first time in Germany. Markus and Uli are both open and intelligent people who will make you feel right at home on the farm and can share with you their wealth of knowledge of bio organic farming and more! I have had other WWOOF experiences in the past, but this was by far the best! Your day will include: a wonderful breakfast spread of seeds, grains and toppings for a classic German muesli. After which, you will start farm work by taking care of the chickens and tending to the plethora of vegetables they offer. This includes but is not limited to, harvesting, planting, weeding, sowing and other tasks. Each day there is something new to do and always work to be done. Get ready to be dirty!

After work, there are many activities to do in the area. I spent my time with the other great WWOOFers and FÖJ’s. We would bike to the rhine or even to Switzerland! Nearby, there is a quaint town to explore, Waldshut. There are many farmers markets and festivals that Markus and Uli will attend and you can go as well. They also support any activity which you may want to share - I started a mural in the villa! I even ran a 5k race while I was there too! If you ask, you can have German lessons as well;) Get ready to have some fun!

All the Best to: Uli and Markus. As well as Leo, Lena, Mballow and Felix!

Wwoofer 2017

Keith aus den USA schreibt: I came to Eulenhof with loose expectations; learn more about how food systems rotkohlputzen wwoofer klwork in Germany, experience and appreciate the process of organic agriculture, and do some honest labor. I came away with much more than I could have imagined, and had the pleasure of getting to know some truly wonderful people. lena maika keith klThe other WWOOFers and volunteers were all upstanding people, and I made some really special memories during my stay. Markus and Ulli are incredible hosts, and make a lot of effort to involve everyone in their lives as well as the community. In short, I had a really refreshing experience, and came away with a strong reminder that you can still find decent people in the world.

Every work day was very different, there was plenty of opportunity for fitness (running, biking, yoga, volleyball, etc), cooking in the evenings, and quality conversation with very interesting and diverse people. I dive into opportunities like this with a good attitude and willingness to learn and try hard, and to anyone considering WWOOFing here, you can also have an awesome experience at this stellar farm with that kind of mindset! 

Wwoofer 2016

Pak aus Hongkong schreibt:

Time spent: 4 weeks
Location: Great
Workload: Fair
Air: Fresh and clean
Biking: Practiced
Farming knowledge required: None
Farming knowledge gained: Yeskueche eulenhof pak Small 2
Physically strong: Not required
Open mind: Required
Gain some muscle: Yes
Lost some weight: Yes
Made some friends: Yes
Kicked some chickens: Yes
Drove a tractor: Yes
Sleeping problems: Gone
Nice people: Yes
Interesting people: Yes
Hard-working people: Yes
Challenges accomplished: Almost everyday
Joy: Lots
Traveling: Possible
Hitchhiking: Tried
Sauna: Possible
Sports at night: Possible
Learned some German: Yes
Ritter Sport tried: All
German sausage tried: varies
Random recipes learned: Yes
Life-changing: Yes

Alyssa aus den USA schreibt: Dear Potential WWOOFer at Eulenhof, why Eulenhof? One reason: Gelbe tomatoes. You think I’m kidding, but you’ve never eaten these tomatoes.

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Beyond the vegetables, though, I have to say that Marcus and Ulli are amazing. It’s taken me two months to write my review because words cannot sum up the impact the summer at Eulenhof has had on my life. I became interested in creative and sustainably sourced food when I studied agriculture in college. After grad school I decided to take some time to actually work in the “field” of agriculture instead of behind a desk. I asked Ulli for three things when I came to the farm:

1. To learn and DO the farming process from planting to selling
2. To learn and interact in German as much as possible
3. To have the opportunity to work with fellow WWOOFers throughout the day

My hopes were surpassed in every way. I learned so much from the FOJ’s (the long term interns on the farm), from the gardeners, and of course from Ulli and Marcus.

WWOOFer 2015

Unser Team war so international wie selten: wir hatten Wwoofer/innen aus Japan, Israel, Weißrussland, USA, Mexiko, England und Frankreich hier. Die meisten blieben dieses Jahr zwischen 4 und 8 Wochen, was natürlich sehr schön für das Team ist. Ende Juli waren wir mit dem ganzen Team in den Alpen. Unten findet ihr eine kleine Bildergalerie.

Hier die Erlebnisberichte:

Mayu 2Mayu aus Japan schreibt:

I CAME BACK THIS FARM ONLY 2 DAYS AFTER I LEFT. It's enough to explain that how great the wwoofing in Eulenhof.

In just 9 weeks, I found my mom, dad and a lot of brothers in Germany even though my German and English are not good.

WWOOFer 2014

iris huehnerstallWir sind wieder international. Wir genießen unsere Saison und unsere Hofsprache ist wieder weitestgehend Englisch.           

Hier die Erlebnisberichte:

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