Learn about untapped opportunities of high-value niche syrup production

Monday, March 22, 2021

Scientists with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture present the preliminary findings of the first assessment of sap flows in species of trees that offer unique tasting, high-value syrups. Deciduous hardwoods such as sycamore, beech, birch, hickory, and basswood may offer commercial and backyard maple syrup producers an untapped opportunity to extend the Northeast sugaring season and diversify the industry and your next pancake breakfast with high-value niche syrups. For additional information, please read our Q&A.