N.B.'s largest black walnut may fall to development

February 08, 2019
Black walnut trees are uncommon in New Brunswick.
Black walnut trees are uncommon in New Brunswick.
Feb. 8, 2019 – A black walnut tree in downtown Fredericton, believed to be perhaps the largest of its kind in New Brunswick, could be in jeopardy as a result of planned new development. The black walnut is uncommon in New Brunswick, and it is believed there are less than 100 of the tree species in the entire province.

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