From speculative fictions to art as storytelling; from indigenous-settler relationships to the “wider-than-human”; from land-based practices to the “Planthropocene”, Nature as Communities considers how artists across Canada are reimagining our understanding of environment by listening and attending to place. Through situated knowledges and explorations of ancestry, memory, history, and mythology, these artists suggest how place-responsive works can encourage a re-thinking, re-imaging, and re-sounding of more sustainable and livable futures.