As Temperatures Inch Above Freezing, Maple Syrup Season Begins In MinnesotaWarmer temperatures are in the forecast this weekend, and that means maple syrup farmers are gearing up for the sap to flow.
Wintry Weather Good News For Maple Syrup LoversFor those who love Minnesota-made maple syrup, enduring this week's wintry weather isn't so tough. Because of the recent cold spell, the state's maple syrup season has been prolonged.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsWe're coming up on the first weekend of spring and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in the Twin Cities.
Minn. Syrup Producers Worried About Warmer WeatherSome maple syrup producers in central Minnesota are worried that last weekend's warm-up could affect production. Temperatures were near 70 degrees over the weekend. "Everybody calls it really nice weather, but when it gets into maple season, that's not a good thing."
Spring-Like Temps Cutting Maple Syrup Season ShortIt takes quite the process to get local maple syrup from the tree to your table. The biggest indicator of how much we'll get to enjoy is determined by Mother Nature.
Harsh Winter Delaying The Start Of Maple Syrup SeasonThe official start to spring was last week. But the weather hasn't felt at all spring-like. And those anticipating the sweet taste of spring will have to wait.
Success Of Maple Syrup Season In LimboIf you're getting tired of waiting for spring, so are the people who tap maple syrup. The syrup season is getting a late start this year, by about a few weeks in some parts of Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
It’s Maple Syrup Season: Recipes For Breakfast And DinnerFrom a food perspective, these months mean the beginning of maple syrup season.
Despite The Snow, The Sap Is FlowingIt's starting to be warm enough to feel like spring will soon be here. And nature has its way of telling us a new season is about to begin too.
Wander Minnesota: Making Syrup While The Sun ShinesCanadians and Vermonters can brag all they want, but here in Minnesota, there are people making high-quality maple syrup, right from Minnesota trees.