The Findhorn Hinterland Trust is a local charity open to all and working on ‘wild’ land in the Findhorn area to promote conservation, education, the building of local community and the provision of recreational facilities and activities.

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Great things are happening to help the land, build local community and increase environmental awareness and outdoor enjoyment for all. Find out more and get involved…

September 2016 News

Members update

Green Burial

Wilkies Wood is the first green burial site in Morayshire and is located in a quiet, sheltered position in the middle of a 30 acre mixed pine plantation adjacent to the Findhorn Foundation. The site was subject to a severe storm and is now being managed by the Findhorn Hinterland Trust, a community organisation of local people concerned with practical and wildlife conservation. After burial the graves will become an integral part of the woodland with no headstones or mementos.

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Ecology & Education

The Findhorn Hinterland is a special place with a diversity of habitats and is a great environment to explore and learn about the natural life that exists on this part of the Moray Firth coastal plain. The area as shown on the Hinterland map, is located east of the Village of Findhorn and to the north and east of The Park Ecovillage, home of the Findhorn Foundation community.

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Wood Fuel

Managing windblown timber and thinning to create diversity in the woodland area as set out in the Findhorn Hinterland Trust (FHT) Management Plan creates the possibility of producing firewood for local people with many local benefits.  This work is carried out by volunteers creating fuel with one of the lowest carbon footprints and providing ongoing income to the Trust for its conservation work.

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Findhorn Hinterland Trust, Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) SC045806
228 Pineridge, Findhorn, Forres, Moray IV36 3TB