Inspired by Gaia Education, Findhorn Foundation’s Applied Ecovillage Living 2-week programme invites people to come and explore more about ecovillages, low impact lifestyles, sustainability and right livelihoods.
Findhorn Foundation is widely known for its facilitating and teaching sustainability practices and at the end of February they have organised a great workshop that aims to equip its participants with the essential skills necessary for a low impact lifestyle, teach them about local organic food production, renewable energy systems, Earth restoration projects, and more.
In this programme you will learn more about:
Social tools for personal and group transformation, empowerment and community building
Urban and rural solutions for transitioning to a resilient society
Local organic food production and right livelihood
Comprehensive Permaculture design introduction
Renewable energy systems and energy efficiency models
and much more!
The programme will run a duration of two weeks starting on Saturday, 23 February and will take place in the pioneering ecovillage and community of Findhorn – Cluny Hill (first week) and The Park (second week).