What is a workcamp?

International voluntary workcamps are the most common and widespread form of international volunteering.

rojects are often in remote areas, in regions where local people may have minimal opportunity for meeting others from different countries. The volunteer groups bring new ideas and experiences into communities, providing a stimulus for ongoing work. The individual volunteers benefit from the interaction both within the group and with the local communities. The experience gives them the opportunity to travel to another country, use their time productively and make a positive contribution to the local community. They also have the chance to widen their horizons through meeting and learning from each other and local people.

 Fountains of the Huerva River aims to empower youth and cooperate with the local community. Volunteers will be working in the promotion and conservation of the natural and cultural heritage associated with water resources.

Would you like to apply?

Check in the membership map what is the member organisation closer to the place where you live, in your country of residence, get in contact with them and ask information about the workcamp “Fountains of the Huerva River” Project code SVIAR01-17

Further Info:

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Restoration of ponds, fountains and old paths contributing to the sustainable development of this rural area.  Environmental workshops, wildlife observation, land stewardship, excursions, local inmersion activities


Young people who are passionate about nature protection and rural development and eager to enjoy an international experience in a local community, between ages of 18-26


Cerveruela, province of Zaragoza, North-East Spain


Monday July 17th to Monday July 31st 2017

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