Volunteers are welcome at Hello Farm. We were long time WWOOF hosts in Japan, for our 10 years, and plan to register with WWOOF Canada soon. Once we have established our new farm operation and volunteer living accommodations, we will advertise and start welcoming helpers here at our new home in Havelock, Ontario, Canada.

WWOOF is an acronym for World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. Registering with a WWOOF organization is ideal if you are looking to stay for longer periods of time on organic farms, anywhere in the world. Through the site you can view farm profiles and details and screen your search for the kind of experience you are looking for. For example, we focus on organic and heirloom vegetables, especially Asian veggies whereas you may wish to also learn about livestock or draft horse power at another farm.

Alternatively, if you are local and live within driving distance to Peterborough County please contact Hello Farm directly if you wish to volunteer for a day or two. Please note that we are in a very isolated location and you must have access to a car to visit us. 

Here are some of our wonderful WWOOFers and volunteers from the past few years.





10 Responses to “Volunteers”

  1. Amy Rathbone November 20, 2013 at 9:23 pm #

    Hello Hello Farm-

    My husband and I are interested in volunteering on your farm for a day or two. We live in Uji and wonder what weekend would be the best time to come up and help out.

    We are only free on weekends.

    We love what you are doing!

    Thank you-

    Amy and Nobuto


  2. timothée November 28, 2013 at 1:36 am #

    I’m also very much interested.
    I have sent you an email on couchsurfing. I hope i will be able to help you and join your farm for a little time for the next year.



  3. Jayson Lee March 20, 2014 at 5:17 pm #

    Hello friends, I am interested in volunteering with your project long term. Please, let me know how best to apply for a position if you are still looking for help. Thank you so for your wonderful work by helping the community and the opportunity to serve so many that are in need. Your friend, Jayson


    • hellofarmorganics March 22, 2014 at 8:50 am #

      Hi Jayson, thank you for your interest and kind words. Please check your email for our reply.


  4. Harumi Onogi April 7, 2014 at 7:51 am #

    Hello Hello farm!

    I checked your HP and interested in volunteering on your farm so much.
    I wonder if I help out from 23 to 27 in July or weekend (whenever).
    Working in nature is really my hope.

    I hope you reply to my e-mail address.

    Thank you-



  5. Harumi Onogi April 9, 2014 at 7:42 am #

    hello hello farm.

    I’m so sorry I could not succeed my subscription and may have expired.
    So let me comment again!
    I’m interested in your work and want to do volunteer in your farm.
    I hope you to reply your message.

    Sincerely, Harumi


  6. Pamela Tie July 8, 2015 at 9:39 pm #

    Hi Hello Farm,
    We are a student group from Sydney, Australia and would love for our students to be able to say and help out at Hello Farm for a couple of days in September.
    I have emailed.
    Thanks so much, and we hoe to hear from you.


    • hellofarmorganics July 8, 2015 at 10:35 pm #

      Hello Pamela,
      Thank you for your interest in our farm. I sent you a private message.


  7. Julie March 28, 2017 at 4:12 pm #

    Hi Hello Farm,
    I would like to volunteer at your farm. Would it be possible in April? I’m living in Kyoto.
    Many thanks!


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