University Begins Landscape Projects After Storms

Updated May 15, 2013

The University of Southern Mississippi is attempting to return back to normal after tornadoes ravaged the campus back in February of this year.

After a $1 million donation from an anonymous donor, landscaping is back on track and even ahead of schedule.

The school is now more than half way to its $3 million goal in less than one month, and the team can start working on multiple landscaping projects to return the school back to its original state.

The landscaping project will include planting 130 trees to help replace the 75 that were destroyed in the storm, as well as add more sidewalks and expand Lake Byron. 

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