Enjoy This Organic Life
Enjoy This Organic Life

farming resources

I owe so much of my initial farming experience & education from partaking in the WWOOF network (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms). For anyone who dreams of learning what it is like to live & work on a farm, this is one of the best ways to do it! Given that this is a global network of farms, you can choose a n y w h e r e, any time of year, a wide range of time frames (a few days - upwards of years) & the living arrangement that meets your needs. It's truly the perfect way to acquaint yourself with the wonderful world of growing food.

For all those out there with a farming & travel bug, I can't recommend enough to check out the wwoof links below. This not only is a great way to learn the ins & outs of sustainable farming but is a wonderful (& economical) way to travel and truly submerse yourself in a new place & culture.  

For anyone looking for advice, personal insight, suggestions, etc. please do not hesitate to contact me! I have helped countless people over the years connect with their wwoof farm(s). I love to share this passion of mine with others! 

Websites & Publications

The links below are GOLD. They are all invaluable resources for a plethora of information on sustainable farming. Embedded within each site are links to hundreds of other websites that answer all possible farming related questions one could ever imagine, ever. 


  • A New & Ancient Story by Charles Eisenstein*
  • The Urban Farm Podcast*
  • Farmer to Farmer
  • Organic Gardener Podcast
  • The Plant Report - Every Plant Has a Story 
  • The Ruminant
  • Sustainable World Radio

*These two are by far my favorite.


  • Agriculture // Rudolf Steiner
  • Culture & Horticulture // Wolf D. Stohl 
  • Restoration Agriculture // Mark Shepard
  • The Four Season Harvest // Elliot Coleman
  • Animal, Vegetable, Miracle // Barbara Kingsolver
  • The Dirty Life // Kirsten Campbell 
  • The North American Biodynamic Calendar // Maria Thun
  • Mycelium Running // Paul Stamets
  • Seed To Seed: Seed Saving & Growing Techniques // Suzanne Ashworth 
  • One Straw Revolution // Masanobu Fukuoka