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Maple Syrup Saturday

April 6 @ 8:30 am 11:30 am

3100 Sitka Street
Green Bay, WI 54311 United States
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Join avid hiker and outdoorsman Carl Bennett and Baird Creek Preservation Foundation Board President Charlie Frisk to learn about the Early European, Native American, and modern techniques of collecting sap and making maple syrup before enjoying a pancake and other sweet treat!

Carl has been involved in the syrup making process for a few years now and wants to share his knowledge and techniques he has learned along the way. Take a look at sugar maples in the Baird Creek Greenway while discussing different techniques and the history of tapping. No hiking required.

Registration for this event is required. Participants may sign up for a start time of 8:30, 9:30 or 10:30 AM. Each time slot will run for about an hour.

The registration for fee for this event is $5/person for non-members of Baird Creek Preservation Foundation. Attendance is free for members.

A photo showing two individuals rolling maple syrup with wooden spoons.