The food sector, which includes farming, silvopasture, agroforestry, grazing, food waste, and dietary choices—is one of the two largest contributors to global warming, the other being transport. As a solution, it has the potential to be the largest sector in terms of its contribution. It can not only reduce and stop emissions, but it can […]
Dorothy Maclean Co-founder of the Findhorn Community January 7 1920 – March 12 2020 Dorothy Maclean, a writer and educator on spirituality, was one of the three founders of the Findhorn Foundation spiritual community in northeast Scotland. She was best known for her descriptions of contacts with the consciousnesses of nature she called devas. Guidance […]
Since 1996 the Findhorn Ecovillage Community Care Circle (CCC) has held a fund which over the years, has assisted community members to remain in the community when care at home was needed. Thank you for your support.
20 March sees 120th birthday of Peter Caddy, who together with Eileen Caddy and Dorothy Maclean co-founded the Findhorn Foundation Community and Ecovillage, on the Findhorn peninsula. May his practical spirit continue to watch over, inspire, develop and bless the Community and our vision at PET! “Go to the Brink and Look Over” – Peter […]
Today at 9pm GMT, “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”* Animals band together for pretty elemental reasons. Members of the Findhorn Ecovillage Community consciously choose more complex ones －ideas or ideals— to do so. I passionately believe that the more we humans […]
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