Saplings From Davie Poplar Thriving Across North Carolina

To celebrate UNC's bicentennial in 1993, 100 students representing North Carolina’s 100 counties received saplings from the Davie Poplar to plant in their hometowns and bring a piece of Carolina to every corner of our state. We revisited some of those saplings and the Tar Heels who planted them to see how Carolina has literally taken root in North Carolina. (


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Saplings From Davie Poplar Thriving Across North Carolina

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