Volunteers Work to Protect Native Trees along South Llano

(July 14th, 2017) – On Sunday, July 9th, volunteers from the Texas Master Naturalist Program joined staff from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Hill Country Alliance, Llano River Watershed Allaince and Texas Tech University Field Station at the South Llano River State Park in Junction. The team worked together to identify native tree saplings and install caging around them, to protect them from deer and other browsing animals. Native trees provide important values for humans, wildlife, and livestock. Scientists, land managers and river stewards are increasingly concerned about a lack of young seedlings and saplings in river bottoms. Saplings are often the first food choice for browsi

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