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UNC to Receive Tree Campus USA Award
The State of Colorado and the University of Northern Colorado love trees! Did you know that UNC has almost 3,700 trees on campus?  In 2013, UNC canvassed 246 acres of campus to identify and catalog all the trees; it took 57 days. 
Colorado Arbor Day is April 18, 2014. Arbor day is a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant and care for trees. The first Arbor Day was held April 10, 1872, and an estimated 1 million trees were planted that day.
On Friday, April 25, 2014 at 9am at the Visitor Center, a representative from the District State Forester’s office will be here to present our Tree Campus USA Recognition/Award. The Tree Campus USA®program helps colleges and universities around the country establish and sustain healthy community forests.
We will have tables set at the Visitor Center Front Lawn as well as the University Center, Main entrance, and the Ross Hall Lobby/Courtyard, which are the Trail head locations for the three New Tree Trails. We hope that you can stop by and join us!

Pictured: the oldest tree on campus, possibly an American Elm. It’s believed that it was planted in 1895, and it was a gift from the graduating class. It stands in front of President’s Row on Central Campus. 



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