- January 18, 2016

‘RETREET’ Volunteers Re-Plant 200 Trees Destroyed By Blanco River Flooding


Broken trees, reminders of a deadly flood, still stand along the Blanco River in Wimberley.

“Something of this magnitude so close to home, of course we have to get involved,” says Grady McGahan, executive director of the non-profit RETREET.

About 80 volunteers with the organization RETREET, are helping re-plant more than 200 trees that have been washed away.