CAMN volunteers played a part in helping re-establish pine forests in parts of Bastrop after the Labor Day fires in 2011. I have no doubt CAMN will play a part in helping with the Blanco River recovery from the Memorial Day flooding this year. This alternative view of river “cleanup” comes along via our CAMN volunteer, Jeri Porter:
There’s been massive destruction of trees along the Blanco River, which is just disheartening. This gives us a different perspective and maybe it will be useful to some of the folks in Austin who experienced loss of trees as well.
Mark Lundy, an ISA certified arborist and long-time resident of Wimberley, is featured giving sound advice to participants on the Blanco River restoration: