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Inside the Maple Sugar Camps: Sweet Winter Harvest

Just when you think that winter has frayed your last nerve and spring still seems a distant dream, Mother Nature is quietly working her magic. When the nights are still freezing but the days are starting to warm a bit, … Continue reading

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Hiding Inside the Soil: Winter Food

It is hard to believe that this time of year, after the ground has frozen and re-frozen for months, and was smothered with snow for most of winter, that there would be anything left that would qualify as food. And … Continue reading

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What Lies Inside?

At first, we may not know what lies inside the tightly wrapped ball. There may be a hunch, a sensation, a beginning formation Perhaps there are clues: a color, a temperature, a heaviness. We peer, we peek, we spy, we … Continue reading

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