Yearly Archives: 2015

Findhorn Wind Park Brings Solar Panels to More East Whins Homes

Findhorn Wind Park has been exploring various options for installing solar (or PV, for photovoltaic) panels for the purposes of electricity generation to meet increased need (read more…)

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We Do Not Die Conference Draws Participants from Both Sides

The We Do Not Die: Near Death and Other Mystical Experiences conference unfolded earlier this year, bringing world famous presenters and attendees together with strong emphasis on bringing the love and light of the post-mortem realms into everyday physical life.
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The Story of Cluny Lounge’s Indian Garden Painting

Foundation co-worker Swan Treasure donated one of her beautiful paintings to Cluny, where it now hangs in the lounge. Here she tells its story (read more…)

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Findhorn Resource People

All around the world people who have been touched by the spirit of Findhorn share their inspiration with others. Many who know the Foundation well tune into the role more formally by joining the global network of Resource People (read more…)

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Cullerne Plants New Fruit Hedges

Cullerne Garden is moving ahead with two projects, thanks to donations from the Woodland Trust and the Hygeia Foundation. (read more…)

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New Chairs in the Universal Hall are Making a Difference

Thanks to the generosity of our friends, the Universal Hall is now fully equipped with chairs, replacing the large benches. (read more…)

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Care Farming at Findhorn

The Foundation’s Building Bridges department is harvesting abundant results from its establishment of a programme to co-create with local adults with learning disabilities. (read more…)

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Heeding the Call of Findhorn

The postcard had been sent from the Findhorn Bay Caravan Park and contained the cryptic message: “I think you'll find it interesting here.” That was in 1967 and the subtle enticement was enough to prompt John Willoner to make the journey northwards to see… (read more…)

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Eco-designed office in Findhorn for conservation charity Trees for Life

Conservation charity Trees for Life is one of the many successful initiatives to emerge from the Findhorn Foundation. The award-winning charity has moved to a brand new building constructed to high ecological standards… (read more…)

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New Charity Status for Findhorn Hinterland Trust

On the 15th of July, the Findhorn Hinterland Trust (FHT) gained legal status as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). This is good news… (read more…)

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