Author Archives: jonathan.caddy

Chair’s Roundup – September to November 2022

The FHT has been active once again in various ways this season both on the land and within our community.   Tools and considerable volunteer time has been spent helping with the site preparations for the new sanctuary rebuild – thank you to all those that took part in joining with other Park Ecovillage Findhorn community […]

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FHT Summer Celebration – A Big Thank you to All That Made it Possible

So many people have come up to me to say how much they enjoyed this event that took place in the Green Burial space in Wilkies Wood on the 18th of June.  For some it was the ceilidh dancing under the marquee, which was the first bigger event like this for over two years.  For […]

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Chair’s Roundup – June to September 2022

I was away for two months this summer during the months of July and August circumnavigating the British Isles in a yacht, communing with the sea and enjoying an amazing rain free adventure! Before I took off though the time was jammed packed with FHT activities. Right at the beginning of June there was a […]

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Offer of short retreats in Berlin and Baltic Sea

One of our supporters Annette has enjoyed a few programmes with the Findhorn Foundation. She has a property in Berlin and a partially renovated house and meadows some 20 km off the Baltic Sea. Annette would like to open her two homes to members / volunteers of the Hinterland Trust if you like the idea […]

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FHT Chair’s Roundup – April and May 2022

Spring energy, longer days and milder weather has helped inspire more people to be out on the land and much activity has been happening to do with the FHT some of which you will find documented in other articles in this newsletter.  It is left for me to fill in the gaps and also give […]

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FHT Apiary Update

Last season finished with a very satisfactory honey harvest. Preparations for the coming season began in the autumn with treating all the hives for varroa mite. This is a small, crab like creature under 1mm across but to a bee it is enormous. It latches on to the bees and sucks out its juices and […]

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FHT and Timber for the New Sanctuary 

Storm Arwen was devastating in terms of windblown trees in our woodland but it also created opportunities. The logs that were large enough have been gathered at the east end of our woods and funding found through generous donations from the Hygeia Foundation and a supportive community member to convert these to timber that will […]

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Conservation Hub Completion

The 19th February marked a significant event in terms of the work of the Findhorn Hinterland Trust – the completion of our new and beautiful physical base for our conservation and educational work created from trees from our woodland.  It is a symbol of our long-term commitment to the land we are custodians of and […]

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FHT Chair’s Roundup – November 2021 to March 2022

Although dealing with storm damage, finishing the building of the Conservation Hub and enabling the production of wood for the new sanctuary have dominated the Trust’s work this quarter, there have also been a whole host of noteworthy activities that have been going on in parallel.  To tell you the truth the organisation has been […]

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FHT Partnership with Equal Adventure

Providing opportunities to get individuals that are physically challenged out onto our special land that we live next to is what this partnership is all about.  It is progressing with planned Findhorn Friday events set for the end of March. To prepare for this development, Rowan Morgan one of the EA staff based in Grantown, […]

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