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November 5-December 10, 2019
Intro To Maple Syrup Production for Profit:
Tap into the Syrup Possibilities on Your Farm
6-week course includes 7 pm-8:30 pm Tuesday webinars
Course taught by Cornell NNY Maple Specialist and Uihlein Maple Research Forest Director Adam Wild. Assess the potential for maple sugaring on your land, alternative trees (including birch and black walnut) for production, understand costs and benefits of different systems for collection, processing, and packaging. Bulk of the course happens on your own time with discussions, readings and assignments in Teachable online course platform with weekly webinars. Learn more: https://smallfarmcourses.com/p/bf-152-intro-to-maple-syrup-production