Bastrop State Park officials are looking for kind-hearted individuals who will help plant 500,000 trees in the forest that was burned by wildfire in 2011, kvue.com stated on December 4.
According to reports, the reforestation project will begin this month and is expected to end by early February of next year. those participating in the reforestation effort will plant loblolly pine trees. Volunteers, from school groups and Texas A&M University students, are expected to participate in the park’s third annual reforestation effort. The Bastrop State Park sustained 96 percent damage from the massive wildfire that broke out in 2011.
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