The history of the Enticott family conserving natural landscapes extends over five decades, beginning in the 1970s when the family purchased its first conservation property in the Stony Rises, in south-west Victoria.
Today, Steven owns and manages 19 properties across Victoria.
Dr Steven Enticott is the Senior Partner and founder of CIA Tax, a tax-based business and investment practice based in Melbourne, Australia. He is a fiercely independent, licensed financial advisor specialising in tax-effective investment. He also has a noteworthy academic background in related fields, is a public speaker, regular columnist and an accomplished author of numerous books.
Steve practices what he preaches, investing in all things financial, and building businesses within finance, agriculture, and property. Most importantly, he believes in investing in relationships with people, holding the core belief that you can go a long way on your own, but you can go much further as a team, a key mantra of Carbon Landscapes.
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Chris has partnered with Steve Enticott to create Carbon Landscapes to further combine his passion to work with landholders, community groups and other stakeholders to develop local solutions to landscape-scale environmental problems.
Chris has over 25 years’ experience in natural resource management (NRM) at a variety of scales including state, regional and catchment. He has a strong passion for working with individuals, community groups and other government stakeholders, to achieve broader landscape outcomes that directly benefit our native species.
Chris has spent the past 18 years working for the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority undertaking various roles that have involved leading the Authority’s strategic directions relating to NRM, managing the Authority’s onground works program including biodiversity, riparian and sustainable agriculture programs and has extensive experience in coordinating and facilitating NRM outcomes with farmers, community groups and environmental organisations.