Tuesday, March 10, 2009

NJAS hosts "Maple Sugaring" event

On Saturday morning, March 14th, the New Jersey Audubon Society will host a "Maple Sugaring" event for children in grades K-3. It will begin at 10:30am in Roseland, NJ. The children will learn the story behind maple sugaring, interesting facts, and will then be able to go out and tap a maple tree! The day concludes at the environmental center with hot cocoa and real maple syrup.

Photograph by Don Brubacher (c) 2008

To find out more information and register for the event, head over to the Essex County environmental site.


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The children will learn the story behind maple sugaring
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