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Who are we?

We are ‘Leaf International Corporation’, a Delaware corporation, better known as ‘Leaf Agriculture’, or just ‘Leaf’. We are independently owned by founders, employees, and minority stake investors.

What do we do?

Leaf helps software developers access user permissioned data from a wide variety of sources. This means that with your permission, we help software companies deliver their farm data related products to you.

Who are the primary users of our product?

Any company that uses farm data to create their product or service offering. This includes Farm Management Software companies, Agronomy companies, Carbon validation companies & more.

Data with Leaf

Leaf’s product is a unified farm data API. Companies use our API to send and receive user-permissioned data with other companies in a consistent, standardized way. For example, if a company wanted to get the date a field was planted, they could access this information from John Deere, Climate Fieldview, AFS connect, or a number of other data sources. These data sources all store data in different, proprietary ways, have different authentication and hierarchy structures, dramatically different API design, and different abstraction concepts (season-boundaries vs. static field boundary) so the company would need to build and maintain functions to navigate and translate through these different structures. In addition, the data sources will change their APIs and data structures several times per year! With Leaf, the company can connect once to Leaf’s API and retrieve and send data across all providers without needing to worry about the complexity of each individual provider.

Your data

  • Field Boundaries
  • Farm management data
  • Machine data
  • Land data
  • Agronomic data
  • Weather and climate data
  • Remote sensing data

Leaf receives and collects this raw data via third party applications and sources of data connected with or accessed by Customer Applications.

Learn more:

Leaf Terms of Service, section 5.3 Leaf Privacy Policy, section 4

All end user data remains the property of the end user (person who created and granted permission to access the data).

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Leaf Terms of Service, section 5.2 Leaf Privacy Policy, section 1

Yes, Leaf has the right to collect and analyze aggregated data in accordance with the privacy policy. We do this in order to help us gain insights into how we can improve our products and services. Any data disclosed is always de-identified.

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Leaf Terms of Service, section 5.3 Leaf Privacy Policy, section 8

Yes, by accepting Leaf’s terms and conditions and privacy policy when signing your contract with Leaf, you agree that Leaf may do so.

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Leaf Terms of Service, section 5.3 Leaf Privacy Policy, section 8

Third party access

No, only when required to do so from a legal perspective. Examples could be legal obligations due to court orders, a request from a government agency, to enforce our Terms and conditions, to protect our own rights or property, to detect any possible wrongdoing in connection with our services, to protect against legal liability, or other similar reasons.

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Leaf Terms of Service, section 5.4 Leaf Privacy Policy, section 10

Yes, by accepting Leaf’s terms and conditions and privacy policy when signing your contract with Leaf, you agree that Leaf may do so.

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Leaf Terms of Service, section 5.4 Leaf Privacy Policy, section 10

No, we do not.

Yes, we will notify you in case your data gets deleted or compromised, as required by law.

Data agreements

Yes. When changes occur to our Privacy Policy or Terms of Service, we will post an updated version on our website and update the ‘Last Updated’ date on top of the page.

No. If changes do occur, Leaf users will be notified before said changes occur.

You can contact Leaf Data Security Officer Jace Klein on Jace@withleaf.io.

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