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Replant Mt Oread "Trick or Trees:" Campanile Crabapples

Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
9 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on October 31, at 11:59 PM CDT
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Join us for Replant Mount Oread

October 18, 2017

We still have nearly 2 weeks left in our campaign, but Replant KU is just 9 days away!  Please join us for our planting at the Campanile on Friday, October 27 from 10:30 am to 2:00 PM.  Come ready to grab a shovel and get your hands dirty, or just stop in to see the progress and a cheer on our volunteers.  Either way, lunch will be provided at noon, so sign up online for a shift (or 2) so we can be sure to have a "Boo-rito" for you!

Thank You!

October 09, 2017

Wow! Just one week into our campaign and we have hit our $5000 goal!  Thank you to everyone who as donated to Trick or Trees so far.  I truly appreciate your support of this initiative and the many students and community members working to Replant KU!

Every donation made to Replant Mount Oread makes a lasting impact on our campus, not just by adding trees to the landscape but by providing a unique volunteer opportunity that connects students to a special part of campus for decades to come.  And every donation made beyond our $5000 goal will go toward future Replant projects - including our spring Replant celebration of Arbor Day - while ensuring this new tradition of engaging the campus community in planting trees continues.

Thank you for helping Replant KU!

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Gifts of any size help us to maintain some of the most iconic trees and plants around the KU campus.



Just as irises line Jayhawk Boulevard, with your support, the crabapples we re-plant will line the Hill for years to come.



You don't even have to do the heavy lifting! Your gift will also reward students and other volunteers for their hard work.



Cover the full cost of a crabapple tree that will brighten the Hill for students, faculty, and visitors for years to come!



KU's campus wouldn't be the same without the oaks in Marvin Grove and our re-plant won't be possible without you.