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UVM Extension Maple Production Educator Position Available

Maple Sugaring for Beginners Class

What’s Nature Doing Now? radio interviews on WGDR:
What's Nature Doing Now? with Mark Isselhardt on Jan 14, 2015
What's Nature Doing Now? with Mark Isselhardt on Feb 25, 2015

Science Friday:
Science Friday radio interview
Science Friday video

Maple Research at UVM video

Across the Fence: Sap From Saplings

Remaking Maple – New Method May Revolutionize Maple Syrup Industry (click to read article)

 Proctor Maple Research Center Laboratory Building

  The Proctor Maple Research Center is a Field Research Station of the Department of Plant Biology in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences at the University of Vermont.

The Proctor Maple Research Center was established in 1946 with the donation of the former Harvey Farm in Underhill Center, Vermont, to the University of Vermont by Governor Mortimer Proctor.  Research has centered on the sugar maple tree (Acer saccharum Marsh.) and its products--sap and syrup.
Publication Spotlight

Perkins, T.D. and A.K. van den Berg. 2009. Maple Syrup - Production, Composition, Chemistry, and Sensory Characteristics. pp. 102-144. In: S.L. Taylor (Ed.) Advances in Food and Nutrition Research. Volume 56. Elsevier, New York. Download PDF

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