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maple syrup

March 18, 2013 | 8:16 p.m. CDT
Richard Guyette, an MU forestry professor, and Kevin Hosman, MU Senior Research Specialist and manager of the Baskett Wildlife Research and Education Center, work together to filter sap that will be boiled in the evaporator March 8. They tap trees and collect the sap, which is then boiled to make maple syrup, on the Baskett Wildlife Research and Education Center, located near Ashland.

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