First, a look at a truly pioneering Scottish experiment which the rest of the world seems to be catching up with.
From Italy last month:
From Switzerland this week:
From the States earlier this summer:
From a couple of years ago during half-century celebrations:
The Findhorn Foundation has attracted admiration and ridicule with its ethos of inner spirituality and environmental care. It is 50 years since three friends moved to a caravan in Moray, after listening to "inner voices", and began the Findhorn project. So how did a "wacky" commune in north east Scotland become a model for sustainable living?
And from the Foundation's own website: