CCRI Seminar Thursday 20th July: The role of WWOOFing in knowledge provision and transmission

Eloise Fresnay

Eloise Fresnay’s placement year in the CCRI comes to an end this week and she will soon be returning to AgroParisTech, Paris, to finish her Masters degree.

Whilst in the CCRI, Eloise undertook a research project about the role of social interaction and collective work in alternative knowledge farming provision and transmission. One of the examples that she researched was WWOOFing – (World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farm – voluntary work in farm in exchange of accommodation and food) and she will be making a presentation at the CCRI Seminar Series on Thursday 20th July to talk about her project.

The seminar is free to attend, but you should reserve your place on the seminar’s Eventbrite page.