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55th Birthday Gift – Win a Free Place on Robert Holden’s Workshop


November 21, 2017 By Thomas Miller
Free Gift

Community friend Robert Holden and Kindred Spirit magazine are helping the Findhorn Foundation celebrate its 55th birthday with a free giveaway. The Foundation is delighted to partner with Robert and Kindred Spirit, which this year celebrates 30 years of sharing spiritual knowledge with the world. This kind of co-creation, where we can … read more

IT Job in the Foundation for you?


October 25, 2017 By Janus Olsen

The Findhorn Foundation IT department is currently looking for a full time employee to help hold daily maintenance & upgrade jobs of both hardware and software across our two sites at The Park and Cluny Hill. Expertise required: enjoy team work, problem solving, technically adept with hardware/software, self-drive for improving and … read more

Findhorn Foundation named Charity of the Year! (P.E.A Awards)


October 20, 2017 By Gabrielle Buist

On Friday 13th October I was delighted to travel with two colleagues to attend the P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Awards, the UK’s leading sustainability awards. It was a real joy to be in the heart of London’s business district amongst other green heroes, such as MyGreenPod, Weleda, YeoValley, Wyke Farms, Octopus … read more

The Findhorn Foundation is the P.E.A. Awards’ charity of the year


October 16, 2017 By Chris Brown

The Foundation is honoured to have been chosen by the P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Awards, the UK’s leading sustainability awards, as their charity of the year. Now in their seventh year, P.E.A. honours the individuals and teams behind the products, services and businesses that are changing the face of our planet. … read more

Ken Wilber & Doshin Roshi in dialogue: Transformational Communities of Tomorrow


October 6, 2017 By Chris Brown

Watch Ken Wilber (via video link) and Doshin Roshi in the Universal Hall at Findhorn as they honour the gifts of the transformational communities of today, recognise some of the challenges they are currently facing and explore what the medicine to heal and evolve could be from an Integral perspective. … read more

How Does the Findhorn Foundation Deal with Food Wastage?


September 14, 2017 By Janet Limb
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Food wastage is a political hot potato, as MEPs in July voted to halve food waste in the European Union by 2030, by lifting existing restrictions on food donations and eliminating confusion about ‘best before’ and ‘use by’ labels. James Fitzgerald, a former journalist at both the Sunday Times and the Financial Times contacted the … read more

Ministers of Parliament Show Support for Findhorn Ecovillage


June 30, 2017 By Janet Limb
Findhorn Ecovillage Community Housing

The Minister for Local Government & Housing, Kevin Stewart MSP visited the Findhorn Community on 23rd June with Richard Lochhead MSP for Moray, showing support for the latest affordable housing project on the Findhorn Community site. This is the first time the rural housing fund has supported a scheme in an ecovillage – so a … read more

Social Innovation for Resilient Communities Special Event


June 9, 2017 By Michael Mitton

After three rich and intense years of collaborating, co-creating and piloting, we are delighted to invite you to the Closing Event of the EU’s Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership programme, SIRCle – Social Innovation for Resilient Communities on 29th June 2017 in Brussels. The SIRCle Programme received three years’ funding from the … read more

NEWS: The Findhorn Foundation featured on BBC’s Good Morning Scotland


June 8, 2017 By Michael Mitton
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Good Morning Scotland, BBC Radio Scotland’s flagship breakfast show, visited us on Sunday afternoon for three interviews as part of BBC Radio Scotland’s election coverage. They were featured as part of the programme on Monday 5th June which was broadcast from Macleans bakery in Forres. The three people representing the Findhorn … read more

Spirituality Gets Certified: the First Nationally Accredited Course in Spirituality & Wellness


May 25, 2017 By Thomas Miller

  The first nationally accredited course to extol the health benefits of spirituality launches at Findhorn College in Scotland, starting October 2017 The ground-breaking new Diploma in Practical Spirituality & Wellness – the first fully-accredited qualification on the Ofqual Register teaching the health benefits of … read more