Over 20,000 trees were recently given to Bastrop residents for the continuous recovery from the wildfire that ravaged the area in 2011, KXAN reported on February 7.
Reports said people in Bastrop have already planted more than 1 million trees after the fire broke out that destroyed 1,600 houses and scorched 34,000 acres of vegetations. Several Bastrop groups reportedly helped plant the trees. “TreeFolks” executive director Thais Perkins stated that their goal is to plant 2.2 million trees, and the trees that they planted before are continuing to grow. Area resident Cyndi Poe, whose house was also damaged in the wildfire, stated that residents become more vigilant after the wildfire.
Though continuous efforts are being made for the full recovery of Bastrop County after the wildfire, many homeowners whose houses were damaged are still being denied the funds they need to restore their homes. If you are experiencing this, the lawyers of Williams Kherkher may work for you. Find out how we may possibly help you fight insurance companies acting in bad faith today by calling 800-639-8460.