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.


Replant Day 2016 Plant Site Applications CLOSED.

Aggie Replant has been truly humbled by the out-pouring of interest and support from our local community during the past few months. Last year, we planted at six sites on Replant Day 2015: this summer, we received more than 100 plant site applications and confirmed fifteen plant sites for Replant Day 2016! Our community's overwhelming desire to participate with Aggie Replant and to support our mission reveals our path forward: we will continue to strive to establish more plant sites and provide more trees to residents of our community, while will give a greater number of Aggies the opportunity to participate in the growing tradition of environmental stewardship and to selflessly serve our community.

We would like to take a moment to thank each and every applicant and potential plant site host for Replant Day 2016: we have enjoyed working with local-community members, and we sincerely appreciate your interest, your support and your time. While we were able to accommodate more plant sites for this Replant Day, with the sheer number of applications and our current operating capacity, we regret that we were not able to offer more potential hosts the opportunity to participate in Replant Day 2016. We anticipate that our committee will conduct Replant Day 2017 plant site evaluations during March and April of 2017, and we will first announce the application for next year's Replant Day through email to those, who applied for Replant Day 2016 but were not selected to host a plant site.

If you have any questions, then please email the Aggie Replant Executive Team at aggiereplant@gmail.com.

Lost Pines Recovery Campaign: Success in Spring 2016!

We are excited to annouce that our 300 volunteers, staffers and Aggie Replant Committee Members planted an estimated 6,240 Loblolly Pine Seedlings in Bastrop State Park for the Lost Pines Recovery Campaign! This year was be our fourth annual journey with our service-minded Aggies in the five-year campaign to reforest the park after the devastating fires of 2011.

Discover Aggie Replant: Fall 2016 Informational

Aggie Replant will be hosting its Fall 2016 Informational on Tuesday, September 6th, 2016 at 8:30 p.m. in Koldus 144!

We will be providing pizza, soda and ice cream, and then, we will discuss our unique history, our events for this semester, our goals for Replant Day 2016 and how individuals can join our committee!

If you are interested in learning more about how Aggie Replant's initiatives are nurturing the traditions of selfless-service and environmental stewardship at Texas A&M University or have the desire to join the Aggie Replant Committee, then we would love to see you there!

If you cannot make it to the informational, then we welcome you to apply to our committee through the following link:

http://replant.tamu.edu/joinreplant

Committee Meetings: Fall 2016

The Aggie Replant Committee meets on alternate Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. in Koldus 144!

Our First General Committee Meeting of the Spring Semester will be held on Tuesday, September 6th, 2016, after the informational!

Applications to join our committee can be found here:

http://replant.tamu.edu/joinreplant

Come discover Aggie Replant, or submit an application TODAY!

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