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Caption/Information: Elizabeth Welsh instructs volunteers Rebecca Samarripa and Gabriela Berron on the proper method of planting seedling pines at Bastrop State Park, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012. In the first step toward restoring the drought-hardy Loblolly pines lost in the devastating 2011 Labor Day wildfire, volunteers and Bastrop State Park staff began hand planting 220,000 pine seedlings in the park Saturday. The process, including contract labor, will continue into February, with a total of 2 million seedlings to be planted over the next five years.

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Object Name (Title)BASTROP PLANTING
CategoryA
KeywordsPINE, SEEDLING, BASTROP, FIRE, RESTORATION
By-Line (Author)EARL NOTTINGHAM
By-Line Title (Author Position)CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER
CityBASTROP
Province/StateTX
Original Transmission ReferenceTPWD-102
HeadlineVOLUNTEERS HELP RESTORE BASTROP STATE PARK PINES
SourceTEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE DEPARTMEN
Copyright NoticeEARL NOTTINGHAM/TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT
Caption/AbstractElizabeth Welsh instructs volunteers Rebecca Samarripa and Gabriela Berron on the proper method of planting seedling pines at Bastrop State Park, Saturday, December 1st, 2012 In the first step toward restoring the drought-hardy Loblolly pines lost in the devastating 2011 Labor Day wildfire, volunteers and Bastrop State Park staff began hand planting 220,000 pine seedlings in the park Saturday. The process, including contract labor, will continue into February, with a total of 2 million seedlings to be planted over the next five years.
Caption Writer/EditorEN

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