Circular Economy

Over the last 50 years the Findhorn Ecovillage has diversified into more than 60 different businesses and initiatives, providing a model of a vibrant, living local economy.

 
Community businesses include:
» Findhorn Foundation, an international centre of education conducting programmes for approximately 3000 residential guests each year
» Phoenix Findhorn Community Interest Company - promoting trade with ethical suppliers, initiating buying policies to support local products
» Ekopia - a Development Trust providing community based ethical investments
» Hoco, providing infrastructure management
» Duneland Limited - landholding company working with conservation, regeneration and ecological human settlement
» Gaia Education, developing curricula for sustainable community design worldwide
» The Bakehouse - organic bakers and slow food cafe
» Findhorn College, offering further and higher education sustainability programmes
» Moray Arts Centre, encouraging the study of the visual arts locally
» Findhorn Bay Holiday Park, offering holiday accommodation
» Findhorn Pottery
» Findhorn Flower Essences, producing floral remedies
» Big Sky Printing - graphic design and printing services
» Drumduan School, providing Waldorf Education for children from age 3 to 16
» Newbold House, retreat and workshop centre
» Ecologia Youth Trust, promoting exchange programmes with Russia
» Erraid Community, and associate community in the west of Scotland
» Trees for Life - award winning Scottish ecological restoration project