The first Life Terra & Stift Ehreshoven “Klimawald” (climate forest) is under development in Germany. For this reason, Land Life Company flew a drone over two planting sites of about 25 ha close to the idyllic castle Schloss Ehreshoven in Bergisches Land, NRW, Germany.
In this area, trees have been heavily damaged by the bark beetle and had to be cut to make space for a new and more biodiverse generation of climate-resilient species. Much old wood remains to provide protection, shade, and keep the soil humid.
Land Life Company uses this terrain to train their algorithms to detect recently planted saplings. The drone images produce data from the field for transparent and efficient forest management over the long-term.