I’ve seen a variety of cool new technologies so thought I’d put them all in one post.
Drone seeding (if you watched the Bladon wildfire and hydrology seminar, you might reflect that aerial seeding in itself is nothing new). There is probably a history of direct seeding versus planting after fires, by location, somewhere. Still, doing it with drones is relatively new and could have some advantages.
I recently attended a Zoom Conference put on by Arizona State Extension on Biochar. A question came up in our group “why feed it to livestock?”. Apparently it’s allowed for food animals in Europe but not here (yet). This is why it’s good. Again, for sheep.
Hazing wolves. This is not new technology, but if you’re wondering how they do it at Yellowstone.