Bastrop State Park Wildfire Recovery
- Aug. 28, 2012 — Campaign Launched to Restore Lost Pines Forest Destroyed in Bastrop Fire — Coalition Seeks Donations To Plant More Than 4 Million Trees
- Video is available for news media use. This includes:
- The file “Bastrop Wildfire Anniversary” is a 2:22 edited news package that starts out recapping the Sept. 2011 wildfire and how the state park has reopened since, then tells the news about the Lost Pines Forest Recovery Campaign to seek donations to plant 4 million trees in the state park and on private land. See this video on YouTube at http://youtu.be/G4B60-SahXk. Download this video in high resolution format at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/files/video/.
- The file “Bastrop 1-year fire anniversary B-roll” contains raw video of the wildfire and its aftermath, plus Bastrop State Park volunteer restoration work and early vegetation regrowth since the fire. See this video on YouTube at http://youtu.be/pDAQBH2XKJE. Download this video in high resolution format at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/files/video/
- First Year Summary of Post-Wildfire Restoration at Bastrop State Park
- Researchers Cautiously Hopeful About Endangered Houston Toad Post-Wildfire