Database of URLs related to organic farming, sustainability and other wider issues at WWOOF

        
 
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URL: http://www.countryside-jobs.com
Country: United Kingdom
Description: Jobs and volunteering opportunities in the environmental sector.
Countryside Jobs Service is an ethical small business publishing free & low cost information to promote countryside careers in the UK & environmental conservation worldwide. 
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URL: http://www.lowimpact.org
Country: United Kingdom
Description: Low-Impact Living Initiative (LILI) organisation

Low-impact topics

Courses, free factsheets, books, magazines, articles, advice, products & services, links to useful websites, step-by-step guides and lots more in 200+ topics, and we’re adding more content all the time.

Comment: Great series of free factsheets etc.
Long-term partnership with WWOOF-UK

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URL: http://www.organicgrowersalliance.co.uk
Country: United Kingdom
Description: Organic Growers Alliance

Aims to bring growers together so that through this alliance we have the ability to promote our interests, wherever matters affecting our work are determined, and the means to benefit individually and collectively from opportunities to share our experience of growing and of all that goes with it. We will seek to represent the interests of organic growers generally where those interests are influenced or affected, and in particular to the following bodies:

• DEFRA
• ACOS
• Certifiers
• Research organisations e.g. HDRA, HDC
• Regional support centres

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URL: http://www.efrc.com
Country: United Kingdom
Description: The Organic Research Centre
Developing more sustainable food and farming based on organic/agroecological principles. The Organic Research Centre (ORC) is the UK’s leading independent research centre for the development of organic/agroecological food production and land management solutions to key global issues including climate change, soil and biodiversity conservation, and food security. Established in 1980 by David Astor, the Progressive Farming Trust Ltd., ORC’s parent educational charity, has continued to pursue the visionary sustainability goals of its founders.
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URL: http://www.permaculture.org.uk
Country: United Kingdom
Description: The Permaculture Association
The Permaculture Association is the national charity that supports people to learn about and use permaculture. We're working in Britain and around the world to make a better world for all using nature as our inspiration.
Comment: https://knowledgebase.permaculture.org.uk/resources
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URL: http://landworkersalliance.org.uk
Country: United Kingdom
Description: Landworkers Alliance
We are a producer-led organisation of small-scale producers and family farmers who use sustainable methods to produce food, fuel, fibre and flowers. We raise awareness of the role that our members play in providing food security, environmental stewardship, livelihoods, strong communities, animal welfare and high-quality affordable food.
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URL: http://www.orgprints.org/
Country: Denmark
Description: ICROFS - Organic Eprints
Organic Eprints is an international open access archive for papers and projects related to research in organic food and farming. The archive contains full-text papers in electronic form together with bibliographic information, abstracts and other metadata. It also offers information on organisations, projects and facilities in the context of organic farming research
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URL: http://www.gaiaeducation.net/index.php/en
Country: United Kingdom
Description: Gaia Education
Gaia Education programmes EMPOWER change makers with inner and outer skills to redesign the human presence in the world.
Our transformative programmes RESPOND to the interlinked challenges of our times and DISSEMINATE grass-roots wisdom and practices through learning communities. JOIN one of our face to face certified programmes taking place in venues around the world or in our global e-learning class rooms in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
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URL: http://www.gaia.org/gaia/ecovillage/global
Country: *Global
Description: Global Ecovillage Network

The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) is an international network of ecovillages, administratively divided into three autonomous regions:

  • ENA: The Ecovillage Network of the Americas. ENA is further divided into 9 regions covering the Western Hemisphere from Canada to South America.
  • GEN-Europe, which is organized nationally with about 20 national networks active at this time.
  • GENOA, or GEN Oceania/Asia, which has national networks in Australia, New Zealand, Philippines and Sri Lanka and evolving networks in Japan, India and other countries of the region.

GEN's primary purpose is information exchange among the thousands of projects across the world that are building and living in small intentional and traditional communities in harmony with nature, as well as information dissemination to the larger world. GEN does this with seminars, newsletters, educational programs at many ecovillages, and an active website with easily accessible contact addresses of members, resource lists, and links to related activities. GEN has consulting status with the United Nations agency ECOSOC.

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URL: http://www.transitionnetwork.org
Country: *Global
Description: Transition Network

Transition Network is a charitable organisation whose role is to inspire, encourage, connect, support and train communities as they self-organise around the Transition model, creating initiatives that rebuild resilience and reduce CO2 emissions.  We run events, conferences, trainings, blogs, webinars. We produce  monthly newsletters, books, films, guides, tweets, and more,  all with the intention of best supporting those around the world who are doing Transition. 

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