Maple Syrup

Time of Year:  Late February - Early April

This uniquely Canadian activity has a very short season because it is dependent on weather conditions. In this activity, students will have an opportunity to tap trees, collect sap, observe First Nations and early settlers’ "boiling down" methods and see small-scale evaporation techniques. They will also get an opportunity to taste maple syrup made on site, from the previous year! All participants need to wear boots for this activity. Unfortunately, the Maple Syrup Bush is not wheelchair accessible.


Science and Technology - Understanding Life Systems: Needs and Characteristics of Living Things
Social Studies - Heritage and Identity: Our Changing Roles and Responsibilities and People and Environments: The Local Community

Post Visit Resource - Maple Syrup Journal