Aggie Replant coordinates the largest, one-day, student-led, environmental service project in the nation!
Replant Day strives to improve the Bryan/College Station community, bring students together through tradition, and provide an avenue for environmental service and action through a yearly tree planting event.
Aggie Replant’s second annual Lost Pines Recovery event in Bastrop State Park was a huge success! Although one day of the event was cancelled due to inclement weather, we were still able to meet our goal of planting 10,000 loblolly seedlings! With the help of our volunteers and sponsors, we constantly broke daily volunteer planting records. In total, this year’s efforts ended with an astonishing 11,662 freshly planted seedlings, expanding visions for next year!
It was an amazing experience to work side-by side-with nearly 600 fellow Aggies in a unifying effort to provide selfless service to a community in need. Aggie Replant would like to thank all of the volunteers and sponsors for their dedication; their leadership and value for excellence has made a difference that will continue to grow, flourish and last lifetimes. We hope to see everyone again next semester for Replant Day 2014, and again for the Aggies third return to Bastrop State Park for the Lost Pines Recovery 2015!