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Kara Moses

Kara is a tracker and facilitator with a passion for  radical, decolonial approaches to tracking and ancestral skills. As an educator, Kara devised and co-developed ‘Radical Nature Connection’ as an approach and co-holds this strand of work at the Ulex Project in Catalonia.


Kara delivers courses and lectures on Masters degrees on radical approaches to nature connection, rewilding and ancestral skills (with a focus on tracking, foraging and trees) at the Centre for Alternative Technology, Schumacher College and independently.


She spends the Winter months working in conservation forestry, restoring ancient woodlands and is part of a team that runs the 350-acre Cambrian Wildwood project, which is restoring wild habitats and creating access to immersion in wild nature for marginalised groups in the Cambrian foothills of Mid-West Wales.

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