On a bright, spring fifth of May – like today, but 90 years ago – a small group of students in Laona, Wisconsin planted a tree in a forsaken area outside of town. In 1928, the land around the logging town had been subjected to great deforestation. The townspeople thought the land was useless, but the students of Laona seized an opportunity that would make history. This planting marked the start of the school forest movement...