The cold nights and warmer days of early spring signal that sap is on the move inside sugar maples, filling up buckets on tapped trees before being boiled down into maple syrup. It also means the return of Maple Syrup Weekends in Michigan, an annual event when syrup producers host celebrations in honor of the maple syrup harvest, giving Michiganders the opportunity to learn about and savor the craft of maple sugaring. Held over three weekends during March and early April, the festival is organized by the Michigan Maple Syrup Association, a nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of maple sugaring in Michigan and the promotion of Michigan pure maple products. The festival includes family-friendly activities such as farm tours, tree-tapping demonstrations, and maple product sampling. Attendees are encouraged to wear boots in case of mud and snow.
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