Creating a Digital Twin of your Facilitation Group on Land App

Land App provides facilitation groups with key digital mapping and spatial analysis, preparing the group for financial support

We’re working with Facilitators

By empowering facilitation groups with more data, insight and opportunities, they become better placed to make crucial decisions. Land App provides facilitation groups with key digital mapping and spatial analysis, preparing the group for financial support to implement sustainable baselines and land management plans and subsequently unlock capital for projects that benefit the natural landscape going forward.

The Facilitation Model:

1. Training

Once you’ve registered with the Land App, we’ll arrange a series of bespoke training sessions with one of our team. While the Land App is designed with accessibility in mind for all of our users, these sessions will give you a head start on the platform, guide you on best practice for your facilitation group and ensure you have all the support you need going forward.

2. Data Upload

Once you’ve completed some basic training, we’ll help you download all the data you need onto Land App. This will include defining all of your group’s holdings boundaries so that you’re working with the correct land area. It is important to note that all landowners own all the data created for their holding. For a full statement from The Land App on privacy, see here.

3. Workshops

It is important that your Land App facilitation project is done in collaboration with those in the facilitation group. We recommend that the facilitator works with members of the group to create a current baseline of the land represented in the facilitation group, and a land management plan for the future. Again, one of our team will be on hand to help with this process.

4. Aggregation

Once the baseline and land management plans for group members are complete, this information can now be linked together into our Map of Maps function, allowing you to see the baseline and plan across your entire project area as one. From here, you’ll be able to draw key land use insights and design landscape-wide interventions using our cutting-edge dashboards.

5. Consultation

Your interactive landscape map, and dashboard, are now live. This means that you’ll have all the current information related to your facilitation group, updated daily. Through this live landscape feed, you can adjust the group’s plans — using your Land App map as a kitchen table map during workshops or surveys.

6. Funding

Finally, once you’re up and running on Land App, you can look to leverage your data and land use insights to access a diversity of public and private funding. Being able to track landscape uplift through our interactive dashboards puts you in control of your public goods and resources. You’ll also be able to work with a range of Land App partners looking to fund facilitation groups on the platform.

For more infomation about setting up your facilitation fund on Land App, or to book in a demo session with one of our team, please contact us using the button below:

Happy Mapping!

Team Land App


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