Hello everyone, I'm Hannah

I work for Mossy Earth managing their portfolio of reforestation project and co-managing the conservation projects, which are currently heavily reliant on partnerships with local organisations.

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Having graduated with an MSc in Conservation Biology from DICE and a BSc in Natural Sciences from Durham University, I have worked on a number of ecological research projects in Canada and Scotland, a monitoring project on the arctic fox in the Swedish Tundra, a Eurasian lynx translocation project in Romania's Carpathian mountains. I have now been based in the Scottish Highlands for a number of years working remotely for Mossy Earth and managing on the ground conservation activities such as tree planting and camera trap monitoring.

The benefits I would like to get out of the training are...

  • obtain practical training in conservation to compliment my academic background
  • to apply what I learn in SDWC to my role at Mossy Earth to maximise impact
  • to share this knowledge with our team

If you want to connect you can find me on linkedin and instagram!


Conservation Biologist, Mossy Earth

I have experience in a wide range of conservation areas and have worked in Europe, Africa, South and North America. My most recent work has focused on forest ecosystems in the northern hemisphere, with a particular focus on habitat restoration, carnivore conservation and population monitoring. I have an MSc in Conservation Biology and a BSc in Natural Sciences from Kent University and Durham University respectfully.
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Go to the profile of Beth Robinson
8 months ago

Welcome Hannah! Good to have you here. I also went to Durham for my undergrad! 

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8 months ago