Dear 100 Hour Board,
I'm interested in trying to find a black walnut tree around here (I have my reasons). I've tried to use the BYU Tree Tours website to find one, but as far as I can tell, the one listed (near the new Life Sciences building on the south of campus) seems to have been removed when they changed the landscaping next to the building. The only other tree I knew of was also cut down not too long ago (near the old Heritage Halls Central Building). Even if there might be others, the Tree Tours website seems to be somewhat limited in its listings (and probably needs a good update). Aside from that, do you think I'll be able to find one—or find another resource to help me find one—if there are any left, that is?
-Not a treehugger
There are a couple of black walnut trees in the northeast corner of the Alta Apartments eastern parking lot wıth copious bushels of walnuts that go to waste each year. There's probably some chilling on the ground right now.
If you want to find a tree specifically on campus, I think there may still one remaining on the south hill above the Botany Pond. Let me know if you need to find it.
P.S. I like clandestine black walnut reasons. Email me sometime at firstname.lastname@example.org!