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Video: How to Make Maple Syrup

The Farmers Almanac recently spent the day at A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm in Sumner, Maine, learning about how to make maple syrup.

Special thanks to farmers Mary Ann Haxton and Marty Elkin for sharing their knowledge and the beauty of their farm.

(Please excuse the wind noise early in the interview. It can get gusty here in Maine on an April afternoon, but the noise passes in a few seconds.)

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