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Topic - National Arbor Day Foundation
The Arbor Day Foundation is the world's oldest and largest tree-planting organization.[http://www.shareguide.com/arbor.html] The foundation began in 1972 with a mission "to inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees". The Foundation is supported by donations, selling trees and merchandise, and by corporate sponsors. The Arbor Day Holiday was founded in 1872 in Nebraska City, Nebraska, by J. Sterling Morton. - Source: Wikipedia
More than two dozen rare trees have been identified on Western Michigan University's campus - including one that might be the tallest of its species in the state, if not the country, the university's manager of natural area and preserves said.
Walking from one end of Franklin College's campus, visitors can count more than 1,100 trees.
Hundreds of Texas A&M students have pledged to help plant about 10,000 trees at a state park ravaged by 2011 wildfires.
NASCAR is launching a month-long green initiative leading up to Earth Day and Arbor Day designed to drive more sustainable behavior within the sport.
The legal fight against Obamacare lives on. On Monday, the Supreme Court vacated an appellate court ruling that had favored the health care takeover and granted opponents a second chance to make their case that the law is unconstitutional.