Created By: Unity College
Location Description: Black Locust trees are typcially found in fields, thickets, young woods, and roadsides at elevations of 500 to 5,000 feet. This particular one is the largest tree on the right side of the path.
Rational for Including: This tree is very large and I incudled it in the tour because balack locust are notorius colonizer, so I would like to see how this reality expresses itself over time. This tree also has amazing white folliage in the spring.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Trees of Woodland Park