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Barberry

By: mmcdonal

Tree Literacy Module

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Buckthorn

By: mmcdonal

Tree Literacy Module

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Honeysuckle

By: mmcdonal

Tree Literacy Module

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Maine TREE (Timber Research & Environmental Education)

By: vmc

Maine TREE (Timber Research & Environmental Education) educates and advocates for the sustainable use of the forest and the ecological, economic, and social health of Maine's forest communities. Since 1989, Maine TREE has upheld this mission and s...

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Tapping

By: uvmext

Winter is almost over and spring is almost here; it's time to make maple syrup. Each season sugar makers have to drill a new hole if they want to collect sap. The reason for this has to do with how trees respond to wounds. When a hole is drilled i...

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Tree-of-Heaven Community Science: Using the Map and Submitting a Report

By: vmc

This is the second training video for FEMC's community science project. 0:00-2:40- Identifying a Parcel to Visit 2:40-6:20- Submitting a Report (Did Find Tree-of-Heaven) 6:20-8:47- Submitting a Report (Didn't Find Tree-of-Heaven)

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The First Sugarmakers

By: uvmext

Who were the first sugar makers? Many believe native Americans were the first to collect sugar from maple trees in North America. In fact, it was probably squirrels. Squirrels have been observed collecting encrusted sugar from the end twigs they n...

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Vacuum

By: uvmext

Sap flows out of trees due to the difference in pressure between the inside and outside of the tree. In the 1950s, maple researchers and producers found that adding vacuum pumps to tubing systems could increase this pressure differential and there...

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Maple Seeds

By: uvmext

Sugar maple flowers that are fertilized in spring, will develop into mature seeds in late summer. The seeds come in the form of winged samaras (sometimes referred to as helicopters or whirligigs). Sugar maple samaras develop in pairs but generally...