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Signs of Spring in the Valley: Maple Sugar Tours

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Ed.: We can’t wait for warmer weather, so from now until the official start of spring (that’s March 20 — mark your calendars!), we’re delivering our top 15 signs of spring. Check www.hvmag.com daily for more posts.

Countdown to Spring (Day 13): Maple Sugar Tours

F orget Vermont: maple syrup is one of the Valley’s sweetest exports. Its season runs in late winter and usually wraps up by April, but you still have time to enjoy a few more weekends of maple sugar tours before the warm weather arrives. Can’t make it to a tour? No worries: we’ve got a slew of delicious maple recipes (including pork chops and a cocktail!) for you below.

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