Sap & Syrup Beyond Maple with Crooked Chimney's David Moore
Ever wonder about other trees that can be tapped for sap, and made into syrup besides maple? David Moore of Crooked Chimney in Lee, New Hampshire will explain his experiences with birch, sycamore, beech, walnut, and more.
David is also a Doctoral student at the University of New Hampshire and is researching: (1) Environmental conditions that drive sap flow in deciduous trees during winter dormancy; & the anatomical & physiological features of wood that are involved in this process. He is also researching (2) How sap can be harvested and made into syrup from trees other than maple.
Will see what he has found.
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