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Students in the lab for Environmental Studies 326, Once and Future Forest, taught by Assistant Professor Jon Rosales, plant trees at the Ecologically Sustainable Landscape site

More than 1,000 trees have been planted by students recently, on campus and other University property, to serve as carbon off-sets and for future sustainability efforts.

Recognizing that airline travel has an impact on the environment, students traveling to San Salvador with the Marine Biology course and those participating in a Summerterm course in Kenya planted trees on campus as carbon off-sets. In addition, trees were planted at the University's ecological sustainability landscape site, by students in the course Once and Future Forest, for later transplanting to sites on campus, and students in the Environmental Action Organization and Coalition on Climate Change planted trees to mark Earth Day.

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Posted: May 1, 2008

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