Greenwich Land Trust holds Maple Sugar Day

Greenwich Land Trust hosts Maple Sugar Day Saturday, Feb. 24, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., at Louise Mueller Preserve, 370 Round Hill Road, Greenwich.

The tradition of tapping maple trees for sap has been around for hundreds of year, dating back to the indigenous people of the Northeast and was adopted by incoming European colonists. Attendees will learn how to tap trees and make their own syrup. There also will be hands-on demonstrations and stations throughout the Louise Mueller Preserve, samples, food trucks and more.

Cost: $10/individuals; $20/member families; $30/nonmember families.

Advance registration is required: gltrust.org/event/maple-sugar-day/

About Greenwich Land Trust

Founded in 1976, Greenwich Land Trust is a member-based, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting local natural resources through open space preservation and environmental education. For more information, visit gltrust.org.

 

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