Bastrop Replant the Park


The Nobelity Project, in partnership with Bastrop State Park and Texas Conservation Corps, will be back out in the the park for tree planting in January! Last year, 225,000 loblolly pine trees were planted and this year, the park has set a goal of 400,000 – meaning we definitely need you and your students.

Why participate?




  • Lab/Field trip for January 2013 for Environmental Systems and AP Science classes, and service groups
  • Transportation costs covered by The Nobelity Project
  • Limited spots available
  • Classroom resources will be available to tie into TEKS

Resources and educational materials available here.

Planting day details available here.

A special thanks to the support of the Applied Materials Foundation and the Bellows Foundation.


“It’s the little things citizens do. That’s what will make the difference.  My little thing is planting trees.”
– Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize, 2004

For more information on the program contact: Erin Binder at 512-263-7971 or


Check out some of our press coverage of 2013 Bastrop Replant the Park: