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Three trees tapped for Maple Syrup
Description: The photograph shows three trees being tapped in two places each for gathering sap. The sap flowing from the roots in early spring is then boiled to the desired consistency to produce Maple Syrup. Sugar maples and black maples have the highest sugar content and are the best for making the syrup. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: SA1039AV_B06F05_003_1
Subjects: Agriculture--Ohio--History--20th century.; Harvesting; Maple syrup
Places: Chardon (Ohio); Geauga County (Ohio)