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a man stands behind a tree where buckets collect sap that will be made into maple syrup
December 16, 2020

Making Maple Syrup

In this picture from the April 1954 issue, the owner of a sugarbush grove in New Hampshire demonstrates an antique yoke once used for hauling buckets of sap. The red building behind him is the sugarhouse, where the sap will be made into maple syrup.
Photograph by Robert Sisson, Nat Geo Image Collection
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