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Auburn University Applies Its i-Tree Eco Results

This featured story on Auburn University's home page demonstrates how some of the i-Tree Eco results are being used by the university.

In the wake of the poisoning of Auburn University's beloved, more-than-a-century-old, tradition-rich oak trees at Toomer's Corner, Forestry graduate student Nicholas Martin believes the Auburn Family can take solace from the fact that it is the campuswide collection of trees, and particularly those in the Donald E. Davis Arboretum, that will leave the most significant and lasting impact on current and future generations of Auburn students and the community.

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Auburn University Applies Its i-Tree Eco Results

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