Sap to Syrup…In Iowa?

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Sap to Syrup…In Iowa?

More and more Iowans are seeking what literally has been an untapped resource — the sap in the state’s maple trees, says Jesse Randall, a forester with Iowa State University Extension. They want to make maple syrup, and Randall and Iowa State’s Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management are showing them how.

Check out the ISU Extension Forestry Web site for a new publication, “Maple Syrup Production,” F 337a, to be available in late February.

One Response to “Sap to Syrup…In Iowa?”

  1. MindBOX Video Productions Says:

    Maple Syrup? Great idea since the resources are right there. This would make for a fun documentary.

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