CHAZY, N.Y. — The Clinton County Maple School will be held on Friday, January 26 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the William H. Miner Institute, corner of Miner Farm Road and Ridge Road in Chazy, NY.
Topics include Forest Tent Caterpillar: Implications for Maple Producers and Best Management Practices to Promote Sugarbush Health and Identification as well as Prevention of Off-Flavors in Maple Products. The evening will conclude with an open forum and Q&A on bulk syrup trends and other topics. The event will be followed by a meeting of the NENY Maple Producers Assn.
Anyone interested in maple syrup production is invited to attend. Registration cost is $25 and includes dinner. Advanced registration is required and available online at https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/ClintonMapleSchool_209. To pay by check or over the phone, contact Cornell Cooperative Extension Clinton County at (518) 561-7450.
Hosted by the Cornell Maple Program, Clinton County Cornell Cooperative Extension and the Northeastern NY Maple Producers Association – Supporting Maple Producers in Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties
Clinton County Maple School
Friday, January 26
Miner Institute, Corner of Miner Farm Road and Ridge Road, Chazy, NY
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Clinton County
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