Deep Sixed: Maple Syrup

Day 6

Maple syrup producer Ann Bering says it was an unusually warm winter this year. It forced maple tree sap to flow earlier than usual. Maple syrup producers who didn't tap early enough suffered for it. Ecologist Brian Chabot says it's the kind of climate we should be anticipating in the future. Research into maple sap production and climate warming suggests that, by 2100, our maple syrup supply could start to dry up. How long do we have before maple syrup disappears completely? Listen to our segment and then head to the Deep Sixed page to cast your vote.

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