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        Maple Syrup

        A staff member from the Shaver's Creek Environmental Center at Penn State University shows how to identify a sugar maple by its branches, twigs, buds, and bark in this video from WPSU’s Outside. He then explains how to tap the sugar maple and collect the sap. Finally, he describes the techniques used in maple syrup production, many of which date back to the methods of Native Americans and early settlers in America. This video is available in both English and Spanish audio with closed captions.

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