Source: AgriLife Today
Without human help, the “Lost Pines” may lose some of what it is known for after wildfire ripped through that region almost six years ago, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife study.
The “Lost Pines” ecoregion, located in Bastrop, Fayette and Caldwell counties, constitutes the western-most range of loblolly pine in the U.S. This patch of pine-dominated forest is isolated from the rest of the East Texas Piney Woods by over 100 miles.
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