Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Maple syrup

  • By HOLLY RAMER The Associated Press TEMPLE, N.H. (AP) - A mild winter across the Northeast is injecting extra uncertainty into maple syrup season, but many producers say theyll just go with the flow, whenever it starts.
  • (msnbc.com)
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  • (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • MEDORA, IND. (Feb. 21, 2012) – When Indiana's top ag man taps the ceremonial sugar maple on Sat., March 3 at noon on Burton's Maplewood Farm, he'll christen the fourth annual National Maple Syrup Festival.
  • (Inside Indiana Business)
  • More than anything, Art Harris wants it to get cold. Really cold. The owner of Harris Sugar Bush in Greencastle is getting ready to start tapping trees for maple syrup.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Adam Smith tries real maple syrup after learning how to tap trees for sap at the Mill Mountain Discovery Center. Mill Mountain Discovery Center recreation specialist Christine Elder (right) shows visitors Saturday how to measure a tree to make sure it can be tapped.
  • (Roanoke Times)
  • WOODBURY, Conn. (WTW) — Drip, drip and drip. That was the sound of sap flowing into a white plastic bucket hanging from a sugar maple tree at Flanders Nature Center Land Trust on a recent morning.
  • (Post-Crescent)
  • The History of Maple Sugaring hikes conclude at the Sugarhouse where visitors can watch as the sap is boiled into pure maple syrup. They will get to sample some of the syrup that was collected and made in the park.
  • (Examiner)
  • GRAND RAPIDS -- Eleven-year-old Jon Carr says preparing a tree to collect t for sap is easier than expected.
  • (MLive.com)
  • Sunday at the Elkhart Environmental Center people learned how to make maple syrup from trees in their own yard. Attendees were shown how to identify a maple tree and how to get the sap out of the tree.
  • (Fox 28)
  • The fine craft of maple syrup creation has begun at Karabin Farms in Southington, but the "tappers" hope warmer weather doesn't cut their harvest short.
  • (Bristol Press)

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