Right now, blogger is busy tapping maple trees and cooking down the sap to create all-natural syrup.
A three-year grant worth $470,387 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture is helping UW-Extension expand its maple sugaring outreach by aiming at “private woodland owners, farmers, tribal communities and other groups that have been overlooked
So you’ve tapped your own maple syrup. Now what? Ron Hustvedt’s video blog walks you through the process in this second and final part of bringing maple syrup from the outdoors to your table.
Want to tap your own maple syrup? Ron Hustvedt’s video blog below walks you through the process.
Ohio plays important role in maple syrup production.
For the year-round outdoorsman, there are two times of the year that can be the toughest to get through: the holiday season, and the first few weeks of spring. At year’s end, once deer season
Seeing displays of sap-tapping tools and equipment might turn most outdoors enthusiasts and gardeners to a different store location. But fear not, anyone who can identify a maple tree, any maple, even a box elder,
LAGRANGE, Ind. — By the time your pancake mops up the pure maple syrup on your plate, the sweet nectar has stewed over a fire – and stewed and stewed, as billows of steam remove
Participants learn how to identify and tap the right kind of tree as well as how to boil the sap collected until it is ready to enjoy.