Supporting you in your conservation mission​

We focus on improving the accuracy and efficiency of your work, so that you can focus on your mission of land conservation.


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Built by conservation professionals, for conservation professionals.​

We understand your work. Our entire team has experience working in land preservation and stewardship. We apply this experience from design to innovation to user support.

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Trusted by hundreds of
conservation organizations

Nonprofit land trusts, international conservation organizations, government agencies, private companies, and universities value Landscape.

The Nature Conservancy :
Groundswell Conservancy :
Texas Land Conservancy :
Upstate Forever :
North Florida Land Trust :
Brandywine Conservancy :
Minnesota Land Trust :
Hawaii Land Trust :
Trustees of Reservations :
Connecticut Farmland Trust :
California Farmland Trust :
Lancaster Farmland Trust :
County of Chester, Pennsylvania :
California Rangeland Trust :
Willistown Conservation Trust :
American Farmland Trust :
The Nature Conservancy :
Groundswell Conservancy :
Texas Land Conservancy :
Upstate Forever :
North Florida Land Trust :
Brandywine Conservancy :
…and many more

“I created Landscape to address the great need I saw for simple but powerful data management for land conservation projects. Landscape is the culmination of several years’ work building various systems to make the land conservation process easier to manage in the land trust I worked for. Land conservation is a complicated business. I hope Landscape will make it just a little easier for your land trust.”

Caleb Pourchot

Caleb Pourchot

Creator of Landscape

The Team

When we’re not working to improve Landscape, we’re outside spending time in the nature we’re so passionate about protecting. 

Caleb Pourchot, creator of Landscape land conservation software

Caleb Pourchot

Managing Partner and Creator of Landscape

Caleb is the Managing Partner of Dendroyka, LLC, maker of Landscape. Caleb worked at Groundswell Conservancy in Madison, WI for nearly a decade helping permanently protect some of the great places in south-central Wisconsin. Before joining the land trust community, Caleb was a software development executive for a division of Sony and hometown startup hero, Sonic Foundry.
Michael Madole, Partner at Landscape land conservation software

Michael Madole


Michael is a Partner at Dendroyka LLC. He came to Landscape from the Trustees of Reservations, where he helped modernize their easement stewardship program, which oversees the largest private portfolio of easements in Massachusetts. Before that, Michael served as an Americorps land steward at a small regional land trust in Western Massachusetts. When Michael’s not helping onboard new clients, writing knowledge base articles, or responding to tech support questions, he can be found in the woods with his horse Hazel practicing low impact forestry as Hilltown Horse Logging. He also serves on the board of Hilltown Land Trust.
Dan Ford, Landscape land conservation software

Dan Ford

Product Manager

Dan is the Product Manager for Landscape. Previously, Dan worked at a regional land trust, Heritage Conservancy, where he focused on leveraging technology for property acquisition and stewardship. He built his knowledge in conservation and tech while working in environmental consulting, geospatial technology, and software development for environmental nonprofits. Dan is passionate about both scalable and local conservation solutions – in addition to working for Landscape, he serves on his local Environmental Advisory Council.

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What's with all the birds?

We really like birds and Caleb is a recovering bird lister. Our company name, Dendroyka, is a more phonetic spelling (in Caleb’s opinion) of Dendroica – a now defunct genus of Wood Warblers (e.g. Dendroica fusca) that you’ll only find in older field guides.