- Walk-in - Missouri has a rich history of using its resources wisely, and making maple syrup is a tasty example of forest conservation. As winter loses its grip on the land, the trees begin to awaken. Sap from deep in the roots begins making its way to the treetops. And February is prime time for tapping maple trees to collect the sweet bounty within. We will be demonstrating the entire process from choosing the right tree, to collecting the raw sap and boiling it down to make maple syrup. Bring your friends and start your own maple sugaring tradition.
Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center
Kansas City MO
- Outdoors & Recreation
- Saturday, February 16 @ 10:00 am
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