No maple syrup by 2100? It could happen says Sandwich farmer


A child watches as sap drips into a sap bucket in North Woodstock. 




At 65, Martha now leads the crusade to save the New Hampshire sugar maples—and the multimillion dollar local syrup and tourism industries they provide—from disastrous climate change. And in the process she's mobilizing a crack team of researchers: a group of elementary school kids.

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