How to tap black walnut trees for syrup

How to tap black walnut trees for syrup













Did you know that black walnut trees can be tapped in late winter to produce a syrup similar to maple syrup? If you have access to black walnut trees, this is a great way to put them to use.

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    […] We all went to the Maple Syrup sugarbush boil-off at a local nature camp, as always.  There was a huge breakfast buffet with a free-will donation, and Daryl once again worked one of the tables selling maple syrup and teaching people how to tap maple trees.  (If you want to know how to tap maple trees, check here, and learn about tapping black walnut trees here.) […]

    […] tap our backyard maple tree and our daughter Rhia’s maple and walnut tree.  We don’t get a lot from just three trees, but we get enough for a few pints of maple and […]

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