This site presents ideas, current research, and new sources of information related to the history of the production and use of maple syrup and maple sugar in North America. The purpose of this site is not to be the definitive account tracing the history of maple syrup and sugar, or telling the maple story, although at times it will share old and new contributions to maple history. Rather, the focus is on the study and doing of maple syrup related history. The site will primarily feature topics and research of interest to the siteÕs creator, but on occassion the site may feature guest contributors.
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The purpose of this website is to provide images and information of insects, diseases, weeds, and abiotic factors that cause damage to urban, managed, and natural forests. This site aggregates pictures, publications, and tools from many sources and packages the resources in an easy, searchable format. This site is intended to be used by homeowners, land managers, volunteers, urban foresters, county agents, outreach educators, and anyone else interested in identifying and managing their trees and forests.
Data on how the changing climate impacts the habitat of sugar maples.
Brief podcasts on a range of maple topics.
Explore the exciting research into Maple (syrup, sugar, sap/water, extracts), a sustainable North American agricultural crop, which has a unique chemical composition which imparts positive biological effects to its products.
Practical information for sugarmakers in Holmes County, Ohio.
Collection of research into the composition, properties and potential health of maple ingredients and bioactive compounds.
CDL equipment’s collection of production resources, including proper usage of tools and how-to guides for candy, cream, and other products.
Resources for the use of CDL equipment.
Resources for the use of Leader equipment.