Auburn University has always had an affinity toward trees.
The Arbor Day Foundation recognized Auburn in January for achieving recognition as a Tree Campus USA. Tree Campus USA colleges and universities strive to engage their student body as well as their broader community to establish and sustain healthy community forests.
Auburn University has always put their best foot forward in ensuring that the loveliest village on the plains remains just that. Trees and other foliage can be seen all over this beautiful campus, not just at the corner of College Street and Magnolia Avenue.
With Auburn’s spring football game and the ceremonial final rolling of the Auburn Oaks at Toomer’s Corner fast approaching, the Auburn Magazine is now asking that you share any of your Toomer’s Corner pictures and stories that you’ve collected over the years to help us compile a story in memory of the beloved oaks. The story would be posted in the summer issue of the magazine coming out mid-May.
If you have any stories or pictures that you wish to share, then please email them to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also send us a link to your Flickr account or post them to our Facebook or Twitter.
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