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  • The arrival of summer monsoon rains has slowed New Mexico’s historic wildfires to a snail’s pace. Now, forest managers are looking to restore the over 900,000 acres of land scorched in the past seven months by using seeds. Though the future of reseeding the Southwest’s wildfire-ravaged landscape might soon look different––specifically of skies filled with drones the size of washing machines.