This network will examine what multispecies storytelling can contribute to participatory decision-making and landscape valuation in community settings. Multispecies approaches have emerged as significant interdisciplinary bridges between the natural sciences and arts and humanities. Research in this area takes place across environmental humanities subject areas and encompasses a rich and diverse set of methodologies and political and ethical emphases. What connects these approaches and characterises them as 'multispecies' is a commitment to non-anthropocentric ways of thinking about nature. Multispecies perspectives are being used to critically address the urgent challenges of climate change and the Anthropocene and they have direct relevance to questions of landscape and land use.