First Nations lore on how maple syrup was discovered.
Tag: sugar bush
Sap’s Still Flowing
Spring has sprung. There are bulbs starting to poke their tips through the cold soil and giant snow banks are melting everywhere.The ground is getting soft in places, but that doesn’t mean that winter has quite given up the ghost yet though. I saw flakes in the air this morning and they are forecasting more… Read more »
Maple Syrup Season is Upon Us
It is the last day of February and sap is running in area trees already! Can you believe it? Southwestern Ontario’s mild winter means that many trees and other plants are already getting ready for spring. In fact, only yesterday I spied some sprightly little crocuses peeping their purple heads up towards the sun. March might… Read more »