Landscape Evaluation and Financial Planning (LEAF) process delivers whole of landscape, triple bottom line plans that provide guidance and clarity for land managers to have confidence in the merit of their investments of time and money into their landscape.Building on the outcomes developed through the Management Strategy process, LEAF plans deliver best practice landscape and business management strategies to the agricultural and pastoral industries.In collaboration with Contour Environmental and Agricultural Consultants these plans are your one stop shop to ensure that both your landscape and business are performing at their peak.
Grounded in current science, the process maps and documents a land manager’s own ideas and goals for the management of an area, and devises strategies and activities to help them achieve those goals, while maximising the positive NRM outcomes for the area. A strong focus is on maximising rainfall use efficiency of landscapes through total grazing management, fire management and mechanical rehydration techniques. Cost benefit analysis of the strategies and activities are undertaken and a financial plan developed to ensure future sustainability and positive financial outcomes are achieved through the integration with existing management constraints. Where stakeholders have conflicting management ideas and goals, the process allows for frank discussions and identification of commonalities to generate a strategy that provides a sound compromise for all, whilst working within a best practise NRM framework.
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