The Lost Pines Tree Recovery Campaign
Last year's devastating wildfires destroyed the Lost Pines Forest of Bastrop, Texas. The good news is that recovery is underway, and now you can help bring back the loblolly trees that made the Lost Pines of Texas one of the most unique and beautiful places in the world.
See the impact of recent wildfires and how The Lost Pines Forest Recovery Campaign will help restore valuable trees that were lost.
The Lost Pines Forest Recovery Campaign is a multi-year public–private partnership between the Arbor Day Foundation, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Forest Service aimed at restoring the pine trees lost in the devastating 2011 Bastrop, Texas wildfires.
This effort will replant more than 4 million new loblolly pine trees on public and private lands in Bastrop, Texas. With everyone’s help, the Lost Pines will be restored to be enjoyed by present and future generations.
Photo of seedling and pinecones by Ronald F. Billings, Texas A&M Forest Service.