Kara Moses

Kara Moses is a facilitator of socio-ecological regeneration. As an educator, she co-developed ‘Radical Nature Connection’ as an approach and co-holds this strand of work at the Ecodharma/Ulex centres. She delivers courses and lectures on Masters degrees on nature connection, rewilding, wild living skills and woodland management at the Centre for Alternative Technology, Schumacher College and independently. She is a freelance writer and an activist on socio-environmental issues within grassroots movements, and in the Winter months works in conservation forestry, planting trees and restoring ancient woodlands.

She also runs a Wild Recovery program for people in recovery from addiction and chairs a charity that runs the 350-acre Cambrian Wildwood project, which is restoring wild habitats in the Cambrian foothills and creating access to immersion in wild nature. She lives in a remote off-grid housing co-op in the foothills of the Cambrian mountains, foraging for food and medicine, tracking, traditional bark tanning, and crafting with wild materials.