The Findhorn Foundation is a Scottish charity registered in 1972, formed by the founding community of the Findhorn Ecovillage. The Foundation runs various vocational programmes for a wide range of guests and is the parent body of Findhorn College.
Innerlinks was founded by long term Findhorn Ecovillage members Kathy Tyler and Joy Drake as a direct result of their lived experience within the Findhorn Foundation. Innerlinks offers a unique range of products and programmes designed to encourage personal creativity and team and organisational learning and development.
Gaia Education is an international NGO which provides students of all ages and cultural backgrounds with knowledge and skills to design a thriving society.
Spiritual Companions Trust develops resources and programmes at the interface of spirituality and health. It has developed the first fully accredited UK qualification covering this topic, Diploma in Practical Spirituality and Wellness, which is offered at Findhorn College.
Wise Goose School of Coaching delivers forward-looking, professionally endorsed courses leading to a ‘top tier’ advanced accredited coaching qualification for people who want to do purpose-driven work.
Permaculture Association Britain supports its members and others in the permaculture network to design thriving communities across Britain by applying permaculture ethics and principles, and to contribute to permaculture worldwide.
Print and Design
Big Sky Print was founded in 1990 and moved to Findhorn Ecovillage in 1993. The small team run their business fully on the Ecovillage’s Wind-Park and have been experimenting with the application of new technology reducing environmental and production costs.
Auroville Consulting are experts in ecological and socially responsible development, working for a prosperous eco-system that supports all life on this planet. They collaborate with academic, private and public sector partners both in India and internationally.
The University of Strathclyde, located in Glasgow, is a multi-award-
Based in Edinburgh, The School is a multi-disciplinary centre for research and teaching in a variety of subjects that influence our built environment.