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It’s maple syrup season in Ohio

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The unseasonably cold start to March won’t put a damper on maple syrup harvesting. The maple syrup season in Ohio lasts from mid-February through early April and we are the fourth-ranked producing state. Maple syrup harvesting contributes $5 million to our economy annually.

About 100,000 gallons are produced each year by Ohio’s 900 maple tree farms. It takes 40-50 gallons of sap to produce one gallon of syrup. Maple syrup is healthy because it contains antioxidants, minerals and vitamins.

Check out the ways you can enjoy maple harvesting and eat pancakes smothered in maple golden goodness.

Meredith Rodriguez, Stevens Strategic Communications

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