TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A local college worked to lay roots for a greener future.
On Friday, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology celebrated its "Tree Campus" designation for 2017.
It's an honor from the Arbor Day Foundation.
Students and staff planted more trees during a ceremony on the Rose campus.
There are already 1,200 trees on the 250-acre campus.
Colleges that are "Tree Campuses" must have plans for tree care and urban forest growth.
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