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Maple Syrup Flows With Tradition

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April is the month for the highest maple syrup production in North America, and a time when many towns and villages in the Great Lakes states hold pancake breakfasts. The practice of tapping trees for syrup or sugar goes back centuries, long before European settlement. But as the Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Mark Urycki reports, the methods used to make syrup have changed only a little with time and technology.

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