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About Us

Find out more about Carbon Landscapes including our background, our vision and the principles we aspire to.

Our Background

Carbon Landscapes has originated from a love of nature and the urgent need to act. The Enticott family first started purchasing land for conservation in the 1970s. Steven grew up restoring the wetlands on the family’s first property in the Stony Rises, which is now one of our nature haven properties. Steven’s over 30 years of background in business and investment means that he brings an often different, but also successful approach, to investing in conservation outcomes.

Since the early 1990’s, Chris Pitfield has worked, and volunteered his time, in natural resource management (NRM), partnering with the many often diverse levels and types of individuals, organisations, and levels of governments that form this sector. Chris’ experience in NRM has led to the development of many successful projects that have achieved high biodiversity outcomes, often at landscape scales.

Steven and Chris have partnered together to create Carbon Landscapes to further combine our joint driven need to act for nature.

Our Vision

Australia's landscapes are more resilient and adaptive to climate change through the integration of private, government and corporate investment, evidence-based decision making by researchers and the partnerships between our farmers, community groups and partner organisations.
Providing additional benefits, such as creating habitat, are one of many co-benefits being delivered by Carbon Landscapes.

Our Principles

Principles help define an organisation and are essentially underpin what they stand for. Carbon Landscapes has a number of key principles that ensures all of our activities are aligned to meeting our purpose and that helps Carbon Landscapes achieve its vision. Read more on our key principles below.
Bird species like the Eastern Yellow Robin benefit from revegetation that has a diversity of plant species and variety of layers, including trees, shrubs and groundcovers.

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In the spirit of reconciliation Carbon Landscapes acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
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