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Backyard Sugarin': A Complete How-To Guide
     

Backyard Sugarin': A Complete How-To Guide

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by Rink Mann, Daniel Wolf (Photographer)
 

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This little book swept maple sugarin' buffs off their feet when it first appeared and is still the top-selling guide to the craft after nearly 30 years in print. Like the previous editions, this one tells you how you can make maple syrup right in your own backyard without having to build a sap house or buy buckets, holding tanks, evaporators and other expensive

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This little book swept maple sugarin' buffs off their feet when it first appeared and is still the top-selling guide to the craft after nearly 30 years in print. Like the previous editions, this one tells you how you can make maple syrup right in your own backyard without having to build a sap house or buy buckets, holding tanks, evaporators and other expensive paraphernalia. Provides detailed "how-to" information, and makes some new and noteworthy revelations-including tips sugarers across the country have shared with the author.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780881502169
Publisher:
Countryman Press, The
Publication date:
02/07/2006
Edition description:
Third Edition
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)

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Meet the Author

Rink Mann lived in New Hampshire and made his own maple syrup for many years. He died in 2003.

Michael Farrell serves as the director of Cornell University’s Uihlein Forest, a maple syrup research and extension field station in Lake Placid, NY. He is the author of The Sugarmaker's Companion.

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Backyard Sugarin': A Complete How-To Guide 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a useful book for understanding the basic principals of boiling water out of sap to produce syrup but it was lacking quality photos and drawings. Only one drawing in the beginning of the book augmented by several grainy black-and-white photos with no labels or arrows pointing to features described in the accompanying text.