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    The Wwoof scheme acts as a bridge for those with land but not enough labour, and those seeking to gain experience in organic agriculture, or any number of other motivations.

    Are there other similar schemes out there?

    What other approaches have people taken to get people involved in their projects?

    What avenues have people tried to find projects that they might be interested in joining?

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