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Intro to Maple Syrup Production

  • 01/17/2017
  • 5:00 PM
  • 02/21/2017
  • 6:30 PM
  • On-line course - Tuesdays, through Feb 21
BF 152: Introduction to Maple Syrup Production

An online course from the Cornell Small Farms Program

January 17 – February 21

with webinars each Tuesday evening from 6:00 – 7:30pm EST. Webinars are recorded for subsequent viewing or if you miss a webinar.

Maple syrup production is rapidly growing around the Northeast and offers a sound financial opportunity to utilize woodlots. This course explores the range possibilities of maple sugaring on your land – be it for supplemental income or for your livelihood. Also discussed are “alternative” trees for production, including Birch and Black Walnut.

The course instructor, Mike Farrell, serves as the Director of Cornell University’s Uihlein Forest, a maple syrup research and extension field station in Lake Placid, New York. There he taps approximately 6,000 maples, 700 birch trees, and several dozen black walnut and butternut trees every year, focusing his efforts on the economics of maple sugaring and sustainable development of the maple industry.

LEARN MORE & REGISTER:
www.nebeginningfarmers.org/online-courses/all-courses/maplebf152/

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