Author Archives: Christine Lines

Botanical Illustrator – Enjoying the Hinterland

Hello I’m Janet. I first came to Findhorn in 1979 while on a camping trip to Scotland. This was followed by attending Experience Week in 1981 and regular but infrequent visits since then. I was taken with the connection to nature at Findhorn that I hadn’t met elsewhere. It became my life-long spiritual home. I […]

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An FHT Apprenticeship Trial

Living and Working on the Land for Six Weeks I write these words from a cosy bell tent in the Hinterland, which stands on a new camping pad I managed to clear with the help of my friends.  We started at the end of February and finished in mid March. Now I have lived here […]

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The Joys of Helping Out on the Land

Hello! I’m Marta. I first arrived at the Findhorn Ecovillage at the end of August when I attended the Permaculture course, After l left, I found myself drawn back to this beautiful place between the ocean, dunes, the bay and the woods.  Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been returning some love into the […]

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FHT Weeklong Retreat – A Participant’s Feedback

By Jen Stout I conjured up so many reasons not to go to the Hinterland retreat. I didn’t have time. I hate camping. I needed, badly, a holiday – not a challenge. Biting insects bring me out in huge sores, and I’ve a skin condition that makes even a few days without a bath quite […]

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Outdoor Learning Space Completion Report

Outdoor Learning Space Completion Report

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FHT Membership Secretary

By Dr Arunkumar Patel The year 2020 was an interesting year that gave me opportunity to ask, “What is important to me? What is my purpose in life at the physical spot I am in? How can I become useful to ‘worldly causes’ that builds a better future for generations to come?” Having spent most […]

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FHT Conservation Hub

By Jonathan Caddy Finally a physical base for the Findhorn Hinterland Trust and its good work is on the horizon!  It has been thought about for over five years – a meeting place for our regular volunteering and educational events, an important space to present educational information to local people and visiting public as well […]

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Hinterland Hazel

By Alan Featherstone Watson This is another of my occasional articles about the biodiversity of the Findhorn Hinterland area, this time about hazel trees in spring. After the snow melted in the middle of February, the warmer weather has really accelerated the coming of spring, and many people will have noticed one of the first […]

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Silver Birch in Spring April 2021

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On being ‘Land Manager’ for the Findhorn Hinterland Trust April 2021

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