Salve Regina University is planting, cataloging and mapping trees on its campus

April 17, 2015 by Sam Slater

From CampusBird Blog

Newport Daily News, April 16th, 2015 – “Working with CampusBird Interactive Maps of Colorado, Salve has designed the website so people can check it out from their home computers or their mobile devices if they want to actually see the trees on site, Black said. The website will allow people to click on any individual tree and not only get the pertinent stats of tree type and age, but also information about where the tree came from, when it was planted and by whom, and any anecdotal information available, Black said.”

“We want to create the experience somebody could have on campus, physically or virtually,” Black said. “We want to sustain this as a living tool that is always being updated.” Black said he hopes the walking-tour program will be active later this year.

Read the full article on The Newport Daily News by using the two links here.

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