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Maple Sugaring with Pam Newitt

Join volunteer naturalist Pam Newitt to learn all about the original method for making maple syrup, from choosing the trees to boiling the sap. After a short introduction, we will head into the forest to find sugar maple trees (Acer saccharum) and discover how maple syrup is made. A taste of real maple syrup (with parental permission) and a take-home craft will wrap up a fun winter adventure. This program is for children ages 3 to 6 with an accompanying adult.

Pam Newitt has a B.S. in wildlife conservation from the University of Maryland, has been a professional interpretive naturalist since 1989 and is a long-time active presence at the Preserve. She loves walking woodland trails, looking up for birds and down at wildflowers.

 

Program Fee: $10 per child, $5 for each additional, $0 per adult (Members: Enter your code to receive your 20% discount)

Each child must be accompanied by an adult. One adult can attend no more than two children.

Walks are weather dependent; please dress for the weather.

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