The Findhorn Foundation is a spiritual community, an ecovillage and a learning centre – a unique laboratory for change, offering a broad range of workshops, events and a variety of ways to participate, with the aim of inspiring and demonstrating new ways of living for a peaceful and sustainable world. Learning within the Findhorn community is experiential and it is integral to the community’s purpose.
Started in 1962 by Eileen Caddy, Peter Caddy and Dorothy Maclean, the Findhorn Foundation and Ecovillage community is now the largest intentional community in the UK, home to more than 400 people from 35 countries and hosts more than 4000 guests a year on workshops, programmes and visits.
Findhorn Ecovillage, has been awarded UN Habitat Best Practice designation from the United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (HABITAT), and regularly hold seminars of ‘CIFAL Scotland, a United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), affiliated training centre for Northern Europe.
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