Katharine Earnshaw is a Classicist specialising in Latin poetry and environmental ethics. She is Principal Investigator on two AHRC-funded projects, Field\work and Field || guides, both part of the ‘Landscape Decisions Programme’; these consider agricultural ethics through language, art, and experience. She is also Co-Investigator on the NERC-led ‘MEMBRA: Understanding Memory of UK Treescapes for Better Resilience and Adaptation’, part of the ‘Future of UK Treescapes’ programme, and is leading a strand exploring how the concept of tree memories can affect, and has already affected, understandings of tree agency and the moral standing of trees. This includes consideration and interrogation of human/non-human equity and linguistic justice, notions of heritage from anthropocentric and arboreal perspectives, multispecies consciousness, and ‘understories’.