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State group designates UNG as Tree Campus
The University of North Georgia was designated as a Tree Campus USA for the third year in a row. Helping plant a Cherokee brave dogwood tree in front of John L. Nix Mountain Cultural Center on UNG's Dahlonega Campus to mark the occasion are: Carrie Allen, senior lecture of biology; two UNG students; Dr. Allison Bailey, associate professor of environmental studies; and Seth Hawkins of the Georgia Forestry Commission. - Photo courtesy University of North Georgia
For the third straight year, the University of North Georgia has been designated as a Tree Campus USA by the Georgia Forestry Commission.