Cornell University’s Maple Specialist, Steve Childs, offers this video series for beginning sugarmakers.
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Making maple syrup is a time-honored tradition for woodlot owners, and anyone who has even a few maple trees. The process is as simple as boiling sap, but attention to a few details will make for a more pleasant, productive, and safe experience. A warning first, many people who start with just a few tapped trees quickly catch the maple bug; what starts as a handful of tapped trees can expand into hundreds of tapped trees.
Slides from a presentation on sugarmaking for beginners.
A step-by step guide for small-scale, beginning sugarmaking.
A one-page beginners guide to sugaring