Adam Frank is a first-year Philosophy PhD student at the University of Dundee. His research explores how practices of attentiveness in everyday life and academic research methods can lead to, but also limit, more sensitive ways of valuing and knowing the more-than-human world. In particular, he is working on developing a pedagogy that will facilitate philosophical fieldwork in nature conservation spaces. He will then use this to map the types of practices of attention that are employed throughout the University of Dundee Botanic Garden as a case study.