Rosanna has an MSc in Environment & Development from the University of Edinburgh, and has worked for the Edinburgh Climate Change Institute and Keep Scotland Beautiful. She is passionate about sustainable and equitable food systems and access to the outdoors. Alongside her work Rosanna has volunteered with various community gardens and initiatives, including the Glasgow-based group Boots and Beards. She also is the co-founder of Embra Collective, an online collective aiming to platform diverse voices in the environmental movement. In addition to working on the Shieling Project, Rosanna is a Research Assistant at the University of Strathclyde, and a Resources Development Officer for SEDA Land.
“I’m excited to live in the Highlands and spend a lot of time outside instead of at a desk. But, I’m also looking forward to learning more about food production, Gaelic culture and heritage and outdoor education at the project”.
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