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time.com/3958051/history-of-maple-syrup

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 trunk with a few metal buckets strapped on. Maybe you picture workhorses slogging through the snow, a sleigh laden with tree sap in tow. Maybe there's a little ...

www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/maple-sugar-industry

Feb 7, 2006 ... Maple Syrup Industry. Maple products are a unique phenomenon with a rich history. The sweet sap of the sugar maple (Acer saccharum) was known and valued by the Indigenous peoples of eastern North America long before the arrival of European settlers.

msue.anr.msu.edu/news/celebrating_the_history_of_maple_syrup

Mar 20, 2017 ... Events and resources from MSU Extension and the Michigan Maple Syrup Association.

wildblueberries.net/maplehistory.html

Welcome to Canadian Maple Syrup, supplying you with the best Maple Syrup in North America within 24 hours.

www.maplesyrupworld.com/pages/Maple-Syrup-History.html

MapleSyrupWorld Maple Syrup History, 100% pure maple syrup, organic maple syrup and maple products.

www.cornell.edu/video/history-and-production-of-maple-syrup

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.

indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/health-wellness/the-sticky-sweet-history-of-making-maple-syrup

Mar 3, 2013 ... Did you know that cows can get drunk? I had no idea, until I started reading more about maple syrup and sugar. Apparently, farmers with both cows and.

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Feb 21, 2012 ... The skill of collecting and processing the sweet sap of the sugar maple was known and valued by the native peoples of eastern North America long before the arrival of European settlers. There is even an Iroquois legend to explain the discovery of maple syrup. As the story goes, an Iroquois chief yanked ...