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Post Bulletin
     March 22, 2018      #23-80 PB1

Lindy Lange, life@postbulletin.com

Slowly, but surely, they’re making maple syrup at Whitewater State Park. Offered four Saturdays in March, Maple Syrup Making for the Whole Family starts in the visitors center.

“A naturalist will give a short history of how maple syrup was first discovered,” said Sara Holger, Whitewater State Park interpretive naturalist. “The tools people used to use and the tools we use now.”

Then it’s time to get in your family vehicle and take the short drive (a quarter mile) to Whitewater’s sugar bush located in the park’s Gooseberry ...

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