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"Join Our Sustainable Farming Adventure at Our FarmStay B&B in Cormack: A Transformative Journey Awaits!"

Unleash Your Wanderlust: Experience Sustainable Farming and Newfoundland’s Rich Culture at Our FarmStay B&B




Are you a traveler yearning for an experience beyond the ordinary? Have you ever dreamt of immersing yourself in the serene beauty of rural landscapes while contributing to sustainable agriculture? Look no further! Our FarmStay B&B nestled in the picturesque town of Cormack, Newfoundland, offers you the perfect blend of tranquility, cultural immersion, and hands-on sustainable farming through the globally renowned WWOOF program.



A Glimpse into Our WWOOF Experience

At Our FarmStay B&B, we pride ourselves on being more than just a place to rest your head. We're a small-scale sustainable farm and agritourism business deeply rooted in the historic farming community of Cormack. Since 2012, we've been on a mission to achieve self-sustainability while minimizing our carbon footprint. Our homestead, built with locally sourced lumber and repurposed materials, stands as a testament to our commitment to eco-conscious living.


In 2020, we expanded our dream by establishing a Bed and Breakfast FarmStay, inviting travelers from around the globe to share in our journey towards sustainability. As part of our WWOOF experience, you'll have the opportunity to dive into the heart of our permaculture farm, where we grow food naturally, without the use of harmful pesticides or herbicides. From no-dig gardening methods to regenerative agriculture practices, every aspect of our farm reflects our dedication to nurturing the land while producing wholesome, organic produce for our community.


Discover the Rich History of Cormack

Cormack isn't just a scenic backdrop for your adventures—it's a place steeped in history. Learn about the Pioneer War Veterans Settlement, a post-World War II community that played a vital role in shaping the town's identity. Immerse yourself in tales of resilience and triumph as you explore the landmarks and heritage sites that dot the landscape.

From quaint farmsteads to weathered barns, every corner of Cormack has a story to tell.



Embrace the Art of Foraging

Foraging isn't just a chore—it's a delightful adventure waiting to unfold. Join us as we scour the countryside for wild ingredients to craft our signature teas and seasoning blends. From aromatic herbs to flavorful berries, you'll discover a treasure trove of culinary delights hidden in nature's pantry. Whether you're a seasoned forager or a curious novice, there's always room for one more adventurer in our quest for wild edibles.







Culinary Experiences Await

Food isn't just sustenance—it's a celebration of life and culture. At Our FarmStay B&B, we take pride in our culinary heritage, crafting meals that tell a story with every bite. From hearty farm-to-table breakfasts to gourmet dinners infused with local flavors, every meal is a journey through Newfoundland's rich culinary landscape. As a WWOOF participant, you'll have the chance to fully immerse yourself in our culinary traditions, learning the secrets of our kitchen and savoring the taste of authenticity with every dish.




Why Newfoundland?

Newfoundland, with its rugged coastline, dramatic landscapes, and rich cultural heritage, beckons adventurers seeking an authentic escape. From the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Gros Morne National Park to the historic Viking settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows, every corner of this island province tells a story waiting to be discovered. And let's not forget the culinary delights! Feast on the fresh flavors of the Atlantic Ocean in Twillingate or delve into the vibrant food scene of St. John's, North America's oldest city.





WWOOFing: More Than Just Travel


Embarking on a WWOOFing adventure isn't just about sightseeing—it's about making a meaningful impact. By volunteering on our farm, you're not only offsetting the carbon footprint of your travels but also contributing to the food security of Newfoundland and Labrador. In a region where food sovereignty is a pressing issue, your support plays a crucial role in building a more sustainable future. Together, we're cultivating a community-driven approach to agriculture, one harvest at a time.









Dive into Sustainable Farming Practices

During your stay, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a range of sustainable farming practices that define our ethos:


No Dig Crop Beds: Discover the simplicity and effectiveness of no-dig gardening, a permaculture method championed by Charles Dowding. By nurturing soil health and biodiversity, you'll witness firsthand how this approach fosters thriving ecosystems.


Regenerative Agriculture: Join our nomadic hens as they roam our fields, enriching the soil and controlling pests in their wake. Through rotational grazing and natural fertilization, we're revitalizing the land while minimizing our environmental impact.


Chemical-Free Commitment: Experience the rewards of growing food naturally, free from harmful chemicals. From row covers to companion planting, we employ a variety of techniques to nurture our crops while safeguarding the environment.


Permaculture Zoning: Explore the principles of permaculture zoning as we design our farm layout to maximize efficiency and productivity. By harmonizing elements according to their needs, we're creating a balanced ecosystem that thrives in harmony with nature.





Join Us on the Journey

While cost restrictions and logistical challenges have hindered our pursuit of organic certification, our commitment to sustainable farming remains unwavering. As we continue to grow and evolve, we invite you to be part of our journey towards a greener, more resilient future.


So, why wait? Turn your working holiday into an unforgettable adventure by WWOOFing at Our FarmStay B&B in Cormack, Newfoundland. Experience the magic of sustainable farming, immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Newfoundland, and leave a lasting legacy of positive change. Your journey starts here.



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