New trees added to Greeneville campus

Have you noticed the newest addition to the College? There are now new trees planted across the Tusculum College campus. A recent donor, who frequently donates to the college, chose to provide funds for the trees. According to Cody Greene, director of advancement services for the Office of Institutional Advancement, an anonymous donor provided restricted funding for new trees on campus. “We planted a total of 76 trees, that were approximately 7-9 feet tall,” said David Martin, director of facilities. The species of trees varied based on where they were planted on campus, he added. These new trees are in a variety of places around the Indoor Practice Facility parking area, the softball field and the apartments. Martin said the trees should start to be more developed by the spring time.



By Ashley Bell, senior journalism and professional writing major from Nashville, Tenn.