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Maple Sugaring and Pancake Breakfast

Categorized as: Nature & Outdoors, Kids & Family, Food & Drink
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Work up an appetite while walking to our maple trees to learn how Native Americans developed the technique of producing sugar from certain trees. Discover why settlers relied on this source for many years and how syrup farmers make this product today. See how we tap trees at Ashland. Then boil down some sap into syrup and taste it before returning for a pancake and maple syrup brunch. Led by Trudyann Buckley and Annalie Mallon

Saturday, February 27, 10 - noon

Members: $7, Others: $12

Meets at Ashland Nature Center, 3511 Barley Mill Road Hockessin, DE 19707 (302) 239-2334

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