The Maple Syrup Experience
This hands-on, interactive, outdoor workshop combines the traditional Haudenosaunee method of making maple syrup with stories, songs and teachings that connect to concepts of sustainability, stewardship, tradition and gratitude.
Join us at the sugar bush where we collect sap from the trees, pour it into a hollowed-out log, and use river rocks heated in a fire to bring it to a boil.
While the sap bubbles, listen to traditional stories and songs that have survived through generations. Learn about the importance of maple syrup to the Haudenosaunee people and how it was created stored and traded. Consider how the process of making syrup connects to broader concepts of sustainability, stewardship, tradition and gratitude.
This workshop works best with access to a sugar bush and outdoor space with a fire pit, but it can be adapted to almost any setup.
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