Meg Cur is a rural islander, a hide tanner, wildcrafter, and community herbalist. She is deeply excited to take part in promoting a folk culture steeped in knowledge of and respect for land-based living. She is the curator of Crow’s Nest Wildcraft, a rural skills project that offers workshops and immersive adventures in wild settings.
Through her work as an educator, Meg has seen that grief, trauma, and the impacts of injustice come to the fore when people begin participating with the natural world as peers. Her approach is informed by a commitment to decolonizing her relationships to people, culture, and place. As a settler, living on Klahoose, Tla-amin, and Homalco territory, she strives after the intersection of individual and cultural regeneration.