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Published on Oct 29, 2010
Farmer and maple sugar producer Alvin Clark has seen the seasons come and go at his family's farm in rural New Hampshire. But as season come and go he's seen a pattern of change that does not bode well for maple sugaring, the iconic industry of New England hills and valleys. The chart on the wall tells the story: a move towards later starts and quick ends to the flow of sap that creates maple syrup.