From conservation planning to land acquisitions, we use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help focus your conservation strategy, make data driven decisions, and tell your story to partners, community stakeholders and funders.
We provide GIS solutions from the office to the field to the cloud, so you can spend more of your time focused on land conservation, and less time trying to figure out GIS software and hardware.
“Working with FLO was a great experience! They maintained great communication, always responded to our requests quickly, made time to get projects completed on short notice and did really high quality work that has helped us make our case to partners, funders, and decision makers.”
– American Farmland Trust
We are proud to be professional partners with the Land Trust Alliance
What We Do
- Conservation Planning And Prioritization Analysis
- Mobile and Online Resources
- GIS Implementation And Capacity Building
Conservation Planning And Prioritization Analysis
A conservation plan is based on your organization’s unique mission and vision and can help focus your efforts. Used as a decision support tool, a conservation plan allows you to be strategic about acquisitions and act deliberately with confidence.
Mobile and Online Resources
Interactive web maps and apps help get information into the hands of those that need it and do not require you to have GIS in-house. We develop flexible and editable web maps to illustrate your conservation plan, and support collaboration and advocacy. Public facing apps, like dynamic story maps embedded in your website, inform and engage the public while highlighting your success stories.
GIS Implementation And Capacity Building
Not sure where to start with GIS or looking to jumpstart your organization’s use? We can help develop a clear vision and roadmap for implementing or ramping up your GIS program. We are masters at simplifying data organization, and can help you implement best practices and automated workflows for managing and collecting your project and stewardship data—in desktop or online environments.