While there are written accounts of maple sugaring in North America dating ... the
history is left to speculation about the discovery of maple syrup and sugar.
Apr 16, 2009 ... When you think of maple syrup, whose 2009 season is just now wrapping up, the
first image that pops into your mind is probably a huge tree ...
Oct 26, 2010 ... Join Brian Chabot, professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, on a visit to
the Arnot Research Forest to learn about making maple syrup.
Acer saccarum, known as the sugar maple
, hard maple
or rock maple
, and Acer nigrum or black maple
are the two varieties with the sweetest sap.
trees grow in Europe, Europeans were unaware of the potential uses of the sweet sap until colonists learned how... More »
The first group identifies with Native American legend and lore that maple syrup
and maple sugar was being made before recorded history. Native Americans ...
Colonial Williamsburg journal, a popular history magazine about historic
Williamsburg ... The sugar maple produces the most sap for syrup and sugar that
The First Nations people of North America first made the discovery of maple
syrup in Eastern Canada. Many legends abound, but by all account the discovery
Learn more about Maple syrup's origins, the Legend of Nokomis, the types of
Maple and the harvesting and processing of our ... The Origin of maple syrup.
Is there anything more Canadian than maple syrup? "Sugaring time," that brief
space between winter and spring when the snow starts to melt and the sap