The concept of smellscape narratives describes the entangled interplay between smells and stories by focusing on embodied practices, both fragmented and in flux.This chapter argues for collective and engaged storytelling practices using these smellscape narratives, and exemplifies the making of Smell of Change, a local exploration of climate change in northern Alaska.Smells are thereby understood and utilized as embodied experiences as well as a collaborative medium, with the goal of making the Arctic landscape moremeaningful,and those who experience the stories part of the narration in this process.