Post-fire restoration


Post-fire forest restoration technology refers to the methods and techniques used to restore and rehabilitate forests and other natural areas damaged by fire. These technologies can be used in a wide range of activities.

Soil stabilisation is achieved by seeding, mulching and soil amendment to prevent erosion after a fire.

Reforestation involves planting new trees, shrubs and other vegetation to restore areas of forest lost to fire. It can also involve natural seed dispersal and other techniques to encourage the growth of new vegetation.

Habitat restoration requires removing debris and fallen trees, creating wetlands, and other techniques to restore the natural habitat of animals and plants affected by fire.

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