Texas A&M University students, who are part of Aggie Replant, will converge
at the state park for a third year, with the goal of planting 15,000 Bastrop
“It is very exciting for us to partner
in this recovery effort in Bastrop. It's an amazing feeling to know that our
actions are making an impact that will continue to have lasting effects in the
forest for generations to come,” Aggie Replant Director Olivia Olvera said. “We
are leaving a positive legacy there, and that is what Aggie Replant is all
a student-led organization, strives to improve communities,
bring students together through tradition and provide an avenue for
environmental service in action.
students are excited to plant thousands of loblolly pine tree saplings,” Olvera
said. “They know that they can look back on this experience i...more >>
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