Vegan Permaculture

The online ecosystem helping veganism and permaculture grow
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Volunteer at a Vegan Permaculture Farm in Thailand

  • Asia

An eco-friendly vegan farm offering volunteering opportunities that include food and accommodation. Click here to see their information on Workaway. Click here to visit their…

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For The Earth hobby farm in Nova Scotia, Canada

  • North America hobby farm nova scotia, canada healing our land and healing ourselves 🌱

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Volunteering opportunities in the South of France at Al Quinta Forest Garden

  • Europe Some details from their website: Volunteering at AL QUINTA FOREST GARDEN is a chance to experience a totally different lifestye. A constantly changing, family…

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Asimina Acres – North Carolina, USA

  • North America

“So in 2019, I started digging my hands in the dirt and growing my own food, utilizing a combination of sustainable practices, both ancient and…

Community Requests

Vegan Permaculture Project (Remote/Online)


The goals of are to help: Make permaculture living and veganism an exciting and viable lifestyle option for as many people as possible. Provide…

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Help in a Vegan Permaculture Farm in Maharashtra, India

  • Asia

See Workaway for details:

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Terra Frutis: a homesteading intentional community in tropical Ecuador

  • South America

Terra Frutis is a homesteading intentional community in tropical Ecuador. We are working together on planting a food forest aimed at sustainably feeding 20+ people…

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Vegan Permaculture Project in Khartoum, Sudan

  • Africa

I’m interested in speaking with anyone who wants to work on a vegan permaculture project in Sudan. I can also offer a place to stay.…

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Visit or stay at a vegan eco village in Saône-et-Loire, France

  • Europe

“A vegan and experimental space based on gift economy and the respect of all forms of life.” For more information visit their website: