Year of Project: 2008
Trees Planted:228,113

This project will plant 275,000 seedlings on 419 acres. This is part of a 17 year program to replace farmland with native vegetation. The region is one of the fastest g… Read More

Lower Rio Grande National Wildlife Refuge # 12

Year Planted: 2008

Trees Planted: 228,113
Location: Texas

This project will plant 275,000 seedlings on 419 acres. This is part of a 17 year program to replace farmland with native vegetation. The region is one of the fastest growing and poorest regions in the U.S., making the wildlife refuge of great importance. American Forests has supported the Refuge’s revegetation project since 1997.


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Lower Rio Grande National Wildlife Refuge # 12

Year Planted: 2008
Trees Planted: 228,113
Location: Texas

This project will plant 275,000 seedlings on 419 acres. This is part of a 17 year program to replace farmland with native vegetation. The region is one of the fastest growing and poorest regions in the U.S., making the wildlife refuge of great importance. American Forests has supported the Refuge's revegetation project since 1997.



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Bastrop County Community Reforestation Program
Farmland Phase-Out and Re-vegetation of the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge
Bastrop County Community Reforestation Program

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