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MAPLE

BY JASMIEN AND LISA HOPE YOU ENJOY
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Transcript of MAPLE

MAPLE
BY JASMIEN AND LISA
History
- The first group to identify maple sap were the Native Americans

-The Native Americans were the first to recognize the sap as a source of energy and nutrition

- The Natives used tomahawks to make v shaped incisions in the trees

- they would insert reeds into the tree to collect the sap into the buckets made of birch bark

- Due to equipment, the sap was concentrated so they used to get hot rocks and put it in the sap and left it overnight

- The first white settlers introduced wooden buckets to the process
MAPLE INDUSTRY
now Lisa will talk about...
-In Ontario there is a Maple Industry called the OMSPA short form for Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Association

-The OMSPA (Ontario maple syrup producers association) was formed in 1966

-It was used to present maple syrup producers across the province

- Ontario maple syrup producers produced approximately 2.2 Million liters of maple syrup, valued at $32,559 Million

- Industry is found on 275 County Road Kemptville in Ontario

- There are 16,000 maple syrup producers in North America alone!

- 80% of producers are in Canada!!
Now Lisa will be talking about...
Other regions the Industry is found
Industry growth or shrinkage
Environmental concerns
-In the future global warming will be more noticeable in the winter and spring

-changing climate impacts the health of sugar maple trees and the maple producer's ability to harvest the sap.

- The days would get get either really warm cause of Global Warming or weather being too cold

How Produce is used
Here is a video on How Maple Syrup is made
video made by: HOW ITS MADE (discovery channel)
-The Industry is shrinking

- Shrinking because either getting to
warm or too cold

- Slowing down maple production
Province of Ontario, Canada: 400,000 gallons harvested.

Province of New Brunswick, Canada: 300,000 gallons harvested.
Province of Nova Scotia, Canada: 22, 000 gallons harvested.
Province of Quebec, Canada: 7, 989,000 gallons harvested.
Vermont, USA: 890,000 gallons harvested
New York, USA: 312,000 gallons harvested
this way....
- Maple syrup is a natural sweetener other than honey
- In other places trees are being cut down due to population increase building houses building factories etc.
Maple produce is used in making: maple sap
cookies,
candy,
fudge
maple butter,
granulated sugar
maple taffy
etc.

-The Industry production is increasing and decreasing a lot of times
resource info!

info: http://www.maplesyrupworld.com/pages/Top-Regions-Producers-of-Maple-Syrup.html
info http://business.financialpost.com/2014/04/01/how-canadas-maple-syrup-producers-are-going-high-tech-with-smartphones-wireless-networks/?__lsa=d042-5155
info: http://www.maplesyrupworld.com/pages/Top-Regions-Producers-of-Maple-Syrup.html
http://wildblueberries.net/maplehistory.html
http://www.ontariomaple.com/
pics:
http://www.zimpfersmapleproducts.com/image/data/PICT0141.JPG piccc
https://img0.etsystatic.com/000/0/5145734/il_fullxfull.181176480.jpg piccchttp://www.canadiandesignresource.ca/officialgallery/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/canadian-maplecremecookies.jpg
http://www.weddingfavours.ca/mm5/graphics/00000007/maplesyrupL.jpghttp://cdn.ohsheglows.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/homemade-maple-cream-maple-butter-1439_thumb.jpghttp://
3.bp.blogspot.com/-eFVJqTKecQI/TaM4macQDDI/AAAAAAAAIPI/H-uxocEIMYY/s1600/_MG_2023.JPG
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/bad_astronomy/2014/01/22/shutterstock_earth_fever_354.jpg.CROP.original-original.jpg
https://ediblebuffalo.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/buckets1.jpg
http://www.wallchan.com/images/sandbox/55349-freezing-cold.jpg

http://iijima-jk.heteml.jp/webcreative/d/1209/yagi/chukan_maple/10_OrderDeliveryAndFee_page/oldway2.jpg
resource info:
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING HOPE YOU ENJOYED!
Special Tech associated with Maple Industry:
- the maple industry uses are iPhones wireless networks and sensors
- they use these to make sure the tubes to collect the maple syrup isn't leaking
- instead of buckets they use polyethylene tubes
- the tubes go into the pumping station
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