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Video: Maple Syrup Program at Sibley Park

Dick Clayton, Sibley State Park naturalist, explains how to tap a maple tree and turn the tree sap into maple syrup during a program at the park.

Video: Maple Syrup Program
Dick Clayton, Sibley State Park naturalist, explains how to tap a maple tree and turn the tree sap into maple syrup during a program at the park.

Dick Clayton, Sibley State Park naturalist, explains how to tap a maple tree and turn the tree sap into maple syrup during a program at the park.

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