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Vermont Edition
Goodbye 'Fancy', Hello 'Golden Color'
Monday, 03/04/13
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont's familiar maple syrup grade names are about to fall by the wayside, replaced by a set of uniform international grades that advocates say will make it easier for consumers to understand what they're buying.
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VPR News
Maple Producers To Weigh In On New Grade Names
Tuesday, 10/09/12
By Steve Zind
We all know the highest grade of maple syrup is called "Vermont Fancy."  But that's not what other states and Canadian provinces call their top quality syrup. That's why, for the first time, a standardized set of grades is being proposed for producers everywhere.  
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VPR News
Remaking The Grade?
Thursday, 09/27/12
By Amy Kolb Noyes
Sugarmakers and maple lovers are invited to attend one of three public meetings around Vermont to discuss proposed changes to the maple grading system.
VPR News
Maple Syrup Production Down
Monday, 03/26/12
After last year's record season for maple syrup production in Vermont, it looks like this won't be such a great year for the sugarhouses.
VPR News
A Primer On Maple Flavor
Monday, 03/14/11
By Jane Lindholm
A maple specialist for the Vermont Department of Agriculture shares his thoughts on what distinguishes one jar of maple syrup from another.
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The VPR Table
The VPR Table: Church of the North Woods
Friday, 03/11/11
On this week's VPR Table, we'll explore Vermont's rural sugaring tradition.
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VPR News
Report says northeast temperatures rising
Thursday, 06/18/09
By John Dillon
A White House report on climate change says two of Vermont's iconic industries are in trouble: winter sports and maple sugaring. As winters get warmer, the New England forest will change. And if greenhouse gas emissions stay high, the study warns that the prime area for maple production will shift north into Canada.
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