Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve will celebrate spring with a public program exploring the age-old process of making Maple Syrup.
It's Saturday, March 23 from 10-3 p.m.
The day will feature educational stations through the "sugar bush", a close-up look at our evaporating cabin and ice cream with our own Barkhausen Maple Syrup.
No registration is necessary for this program.
Fees for the program are $2 for students, $4 for adults or $12 for families.
Matt Kriese joined Good Day Wisconsin to talk about the event. Click on the video to the left to see his interview.
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