12 – Co-producing technology to reduce conflict
Alex and Jared explore how livestock producers and researchers are working together to develop technologies to reduce conflicts with wolves.


Today, Alex and Jared explore how livestock producers and researchers are working together to adapt old world tools into new world technologies to help reduce conflicts. They’ll look at how innovative solutions can often be simple, and how new tools can help keep people, livestock, and wildlife safe.

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Working Wild U is a production of Montana State University Extension and Western Landowners Alliance with support from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, Western SARE and you, our listeners.

Today’s episode was directed and edited by Zach Altman and produced by Matthew Collins, Zach Altman, Alex Few, Jared Beaver, and Abby Nelson.

Our hosts are Jared Beaver and Alex Few.

Louis Wertz is our Executive Producer. Music is from Artlist and Blue Dot Sessions.

Special thanks to Weston Helle, Cameron Krebs, Steward Breck and Cole Mannix.

Stewart Breck, researcher talks with Working Wild U podcast at Montana State University in Bozeman.
Stewart Breck, a researcher for the USDA-National Wildlife Research Center, is working with livestock producers to collaboratively develop new tools to help reduce conflict. Photo by Zach Altman.

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