Making Syrup From Pacific Northwest Trees

Although the well-known sugar maple only grows in the eastern U.S., a variety of Pacific Northwest trees are also potential sources of sap for making syrup. Originally published as "We Make Sweet Syrup from Pacific Northwest Trees" in the January/February 1979 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.

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