Mar 25, 2015 12:21 PM
UNH hosts maple syrup climate discussion, pancake breakfast
The Associated Press
DURHAM (AP) - Keeping the maple syrup flowing for generations to come will be the focus of a panel discussion and pancake breakfast at the University of New Hampshire.
Wednesday's panel includes local maple syrup producers, scientists and others speaking about climate effects on forests and maple trees. Among the speakers are Martha Carlson, a conservationist and educator who owns Range View Farm; Chris Keeley, the climate program coordinator at UNH Cooperative Extension; and Jennifer Wilhelm of the New Hampshire Food Alliance.
The event is being held at the Holloway Commons on the UNH campus in Durham.