The Real March Madness – Spring has Sprung on Tree Campus USA Campuses Across the Great Plains

Of the 68 National Collegiate Athletic Association teams playing in this year’s tournament, we found 29 colleges that have been recognized as 2013 Tree Campus USA’s. Our NCAA series continues with the following list of Tree Campus USA’s in the Great Plains region.

Creighton_mall_west[1]Creighton University: Creighton has been designated a Tree Campus USA for six years. Creighton was also recognized in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges, the only Nebraska college to earn such recognition.

Kansas State University: KSU received recognition ANDERSON[1]as a Tree Campus USA for the first time in 2013. KSU’s campus is also an arboretum and offers visitors self-guided tree tours.

North Dakota State University: NDSU has been designated a Tree Campus USA for three years. The campus arboretum crew at NDSU plants 50-75 trees every year.NDSU

Oklahoma State University: OSU-Library[1]OSU has been designated a Tree Campus USA for three years.

SLUSaint Louis University: SLU has been designated a Tree Campus USA for two years. The university has also been named a ‘Cool School’ by the Sierra Club for its commitment to sustainability.

KUUniversity of Kansas: KU has been designated a Tree Campus USA for two years.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln: UNL has been designated a unlTree Campus USA for six years. The campus landscape services maintain more than 9,000 trees across the two campuses. The landscape is valued at more than $9.1 million.

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