Our Team

Our Team

At Carbon Landscapes, we are passionate about conserving Australia’s natural environment and the flora and fauna that it supports. This level of passion is only exceeded by our commitment to develop innovative approaches and programs that not only support our fauna now, but also to what is needed, under a changing climate.

Read more on our staff below.

Providing additional benefits, such as creating habitat, are one of many co-benefits being delivered by Carbon Landscapes.
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.

Dr. Steven Endicott

Co-director

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.

Further information on Dr Steven Enticott click here

Chris Pitfield

Co-director

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.

Ally Lacey

Projects Manager

Ally is a natural resource management (NRM) all-rounder, coming to Carbon Landscapes with an undergraduate degree in Sustainable Agriculture, and a Masters in Geography, she brings a broad array of experience, from working as a tutor and research assistant in academia, to most recently, catchment management with government. Before joining the Carbon Landscapes team, Ally held a role in strategic planning with the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, where she delivered catchment-scale environmental management strategies, involving extensive community consultation and engagement.

Growing up on a farm in the Western District, Ally developed a love for the natural beauty of the region and its' unique bush and wildlife. Ally has found her calling with Carbon Landscapes in working towards the big picture; soil regeneration, habitat restoration and threatened species recovery at a landscape-scale.

Amy Annetts

Marketing Strategist

A red dirt enthusiast through and through, Amy is at home with the Carbon Landscapes team. A marketing strategist by day and camping and Australian outback traveller every chance she gets, having done ‘the lap’ twice and many outback trips in-between.

Amy has a strong interest in protecting our unique landscapes so we can continue to enjoy them. She also believes that businesses, big and small, have a role to play in leading the way to a more thoughtful generation.

She has been practising marketing for over 25 years. Her role at Carbon Landscapes is to spread the word that it’s the responsibility of all of us, to get involved, in whatever way we can, and Carbon Landscapes makes that truly accessible and a ‘feel-good’ way to boot.

Gary Scott

CEO, Clutch Digital

Over the course of 30+ years, I've been fortunate enough to super enjoy what I do - from Compositor and Graphic Designer, to Creative Director and CEO, I've learned to be a professional thinker and problem solver but never lose my love for the creative process. The joy in working directly with clients, building and developing lasting partnerships that deliver simple strategies to achieve their goals is what it's all about.

Now, I also enjoy working with the Carbon Landscapes team and the business community to create a community of like-minded brands who are just as motivated to bring back biodiversity as we are.

It's exciting to be involved with the Carbon Landscapes team, sharing my expertise and helping them continue to succeed in the awesome work they do.

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