ecorise-treefolks-press-release-final FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TreeFolks and EcoRise Provide Free At-Home Curriculum for Parents and Teachers of K–12 Students AUSTIN, Texas – April 15, 2020 [...]
A central Texas forestry organization is looking for more land-owning participants in eastern Travis County for a new program to replant trees along streams and floodplains. TreeFolks, the [...]
“The western half of Travis County, home to the city of Austin, is famous for its Hill Country vistas, limestone canyons and cypress-lined rivers and streams. However, the eastern half of [...]
“Karen Holland lives on five acres on top of a hill on McAlister Road in the heart of Bastrop County’s pine forest. However, when two devastating wildfires swept through Bastrop County in [...]
After two consecutive devastating wildfires in Bastrop County destroyed a large portion of the iconic Lost Pines forest, a local forestry organization is continuing its next phase in replanting [...]
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