It’s here at last! Please find below useful information about the different activities planned around this important birthday for our Community.
Dorothy, one of the three Findhorn Foundation Community’s Co-Founders, turned 100 years on 7 January, 2020. Born in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Dorothy has dedicated her life to a deep enquiry into spiritual matters. Whilst working for British Security Co-ordination from 1940–1945, she relocated from Canada to the UK. After the war, staying on in London, […]
Scotland’s Climate Week is 7-13 October. Check out the activities: http://www.greenerscotland.org/scotland%E2%80%99s-climate-week-tackling-the-climate-emergency-together
As you will be aware, a Global Climate Strike has been called for this coming Friday 20th. By popular request, the Down To Earth film will be shown again as part of the Climate Strike Day on Friday 20th September at 7.30pm in St John’s Church Hall Forres. £5. Please pass this on so as […]
More than 80% of Kenyan households rely on biomass (e.g. wood & charcoal) for energy; it is mainly used for cooking and occasionally for space and water heating. Wood and charcoal are obtained almost exclusively from the forest (90%), which is a key driver of deforestation in Kenya. The impact of deforestation is widespread, affecting […]
Approximately 60% of the people in the northern districts do not have access to clean water and rely exclusively on open wells, lakes and other unprotected sources. The community borehole project is unique in that it concentrates efforts on finding existing damaged water supplies and boreholes, repairing them to restore the water supply to the […]
Annual Report fy 2018