The monthly alumni trivia question gives alumni and friends an opportunity to test their U of M knowledge. Are you up for the challenge?
May alumni trivia question:
Each year the Department of Forest Resources hosts a fun-filled Foresters' Day celebration, which includes a pancake breakfast cooked by faculty and staff, tree climbing with the Tree Ascension Group, lumberjack games and timbersports with the Forestry Club, and an evening banquet.
How many years has the department hosted the Foresters' Day celebration?
a) 75 years
b) 81 years
c) 95 years
d) 101 years
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