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CANCELLED ~ Celebration of Research

CANCELLED ~ Unfortunately in light of continuing Covid-19 restrictions and limitations, we have decided to cancel this year’s Celebration of Research.  This was a difficult decision, but we are doing our best to keep staff and visitors healthy and safe.  We are looking at possibly rescheduling for 2022.  We will keep you posted. Have you...

Make Your Own Maple Syrup This Year – Part 3
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March 16, 2021March 16, 2021

Make Your Own Maple Syrup This Year – Part 3

Maple syrup season is upon us! In parts 1 and 2 of this series we described how to prepare for the season, what equipment you’ll need, and how to tap your trees and begin boiling the sap. This post describes the finals stages of boiling and bottling maple syrup. At this stage you’ll have collected...

Make Your Own Maple Syrup This Year–Part 2
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February 18, 2021February 18, 2021

Make Your Own Maple Syrup This Year–Part 2

Maple syrup season is just a few weeks away! In part one of this series we described how to prepare for the season and what equipment you’ll need, and in this post we describe how to tap your trees and boil the sap. Look out for the final post in a few weeks where we...

Make Your Own Maple Syrup This Year – Part 1
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January 19, 2021February 16, 2021

Make Your Own Maple Syrup This Year – Part 1

Maple syrup season could be just a few weeks away! Once daytime temperatures start to creep above 0’C, the sap in maple trees starts flowing. In Haliburton Forest, the maple syrup season lasts for 2-10 weeks, anywhere between the end of February through to the beginning of May. We tap the trees a few days...

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CANCELLED ~ Presentations of the Natural World

Presenting: Natural History In addition to all our other amazing summer events, Haliburton Forest offers a series of Natural History Presentations. Partnered with individuals as well as organisations, these 1-2 hour Tuesday night seminars will vary in themes. Topics may cover research being conducted at Haliburton Forest, natural landscapes and ecosystems, local flora and fauna,...

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CANCELLED ~ Presentations of the Natural World

Presenting: Natural History In addition to all our other amazing summer events, Haliburton Forest offers a series of Natural History Presentations. Partnered with individuals as well as organisations, these 1-2 hour Tuesday night seminars will vary in themes. Topics may cover research being conducted at Haliburton Forest, natural landscapes and ecosystems, local flora and fauna,...

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CANCELLED ~ Presentations of the Natural World

Presenting: Natural History In addition to all our other amazing summer events, Haliburton Forest offers a series of Natural History Presentations. Partnered with individuals as well as organisations, these 1-2 hour Tuesday night seminars will vary in themes. Topics may cover research being conducted at Haliburton Forest, natural landscapes and ecosystems, local flora and fauna,...

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CANCELLED ~ Presentations of the Natural World

Presenting: Natural History In addition to all our other amazing summer events, Haliburton Forest offers a series of Natural History Presentations. Partnered with individuals as well as organisations, these 1-2 hour Tuesday night seminars will vary in themes. Topics may cover research being conducted at Haliburton Forest, natural landscapes and ecosystems, local flora and fauna,...

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CANCELLED ~ Presentations of the Natural World

Presenting: Natural History In addition to all our other amazing summer events, Haliburton Forest offers a series of Natural History Presentations. Partnered with individuals as well as organisations, these 1-2 hour Tuesday night seminars will vary in themes. Topics may cover research being conducted at Haliburton Forest, natural landscapes and ecosystems, local flora and fauna,...

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CANCELLED ~ Presentations of the Natural World

Presenting: Natural History In addition to all our other amazing summer events, Haliburton Forest offers a series of Natural History Presentations. Partnered with individuals as well as organisations, these 1-2 hour Tuesday night seminars will vary in themes. Topics may cover research being conducted at Haliburton Forest, natural landscapes and ecosystems, local flora and fauna,...

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