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Tap into sweetness with maple syrup tours

8:39 PM, Mar. 15, 2013
Learn how maple syrup is produced with a hands-on learning experience that's great for both kids and adults.
Learn how maple syrup is produced with a hands-on learning experience that's great for both kids and adults.
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As temperatures begin to warm, maple sap starts flowing! Experience the process of making maple syrup in the woods led by Tanya and Randy Roeper in Green Lake. This annual process includes tapping sugar maple trees for sap collection, then boiling the sap into syrup right in the middle of the woods. Participants will learn firsthand about the special process involved in producing great-tasting maple syrup.

There will also be an opportunity to taste test dark and light maple syrups and other maple syrup treats!

Participants should wear weather appropriate clothing, as well as ...

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