Texas A&M students plant 4,000 trees in Bastrop

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Texas A&M students planted 4,000 trees in Bastrop State Park.

Thousands of trees were destroyed in a massive wildfire in the area in 2011. More than 34,000 acres were burned.

Texas A&M Forest Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Arbor Day Foundation started a five-year reforestation project.

So far, a total of 45,000 trees have been planted.
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