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UT students plant roadside roots

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University of Toledo students Ami Fofana, center, and Anna Merriman, right, joke as they work to plant species native to the Oak Openings area together Tuesday in the roundabout at the intersection of Dorr Street and King Road in Springfield Township.

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Students from the University of Toledo plant species native to the Oak Openings area.

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From left, UT students Tanijah Kynard, Tyshawn Goolsby, and Nate Williams plant species native to the Oak Openings area.

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From left, UT students Riley Broyles, Belinda Collier, and Luke Haberkamp get to work.

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University of Toledo student Dayna Fackler plants species native to the Oak Openings area alongside other students and volunteers Tuesday.

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University of Toledo student Chris Lee, left, plants species native to the Oak Openings area.

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UT student Aaliyah Robertson removes plants from their containers.

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University of Toledo student Anna Merriman works with other volunteers.

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More than a dozen students and volunteers work together to plant species native to the Oak Openings area.

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