Franklin College’s urban forest springs to life

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Walking from one end of Franklin College’s campus, visitors can count more than 1,100 trees.

Students heading to class pass under towering oak trees, shady maples and even native persimmon trees.

An urban forest planted on the outskirts of campus eventually will provide the type of old-growth habitat that was common in Indiana 500 years ago.

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