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Want to travel and see the world? Try farming

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With the growth of the organic food movement, many tourists are choosing to spend their vacations working on sustainable farms and harvesting seasonal fruits. (Courtesy of Jake Matilsky)

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A volunteer in New York helps out on a small farm in exchange for room and board. (Courtesy of Jake Matilsky)

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Leaving cities to travel to remote corners of the world, tourists who exchange their labor for room and board help in a variety of chores including milking cows. (Donald Partridge/courtesy of Thorndale Farms)

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Willing Workers of Organic Farms allows tourists to see countries by exchanging room and board for four to six hours of farmwork. (Courtesy of Jake Matilsky)

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Young tourists are traveling across the world as itinerent farmers who help husk corn, sheer sheep and milk cows. (Courtesy of Jake Matilsky)

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Low-budget world travelers can now pay for room and board in remote areas by working on farms.


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