Sugar maple trees are so named because of their sweet sap. Native Americans taught Pennsylvania's colonial settlers how to turn it into maple sugar and maple syrup. In this installment of our occasional series, Pennsylvania Potluck, travel up Brush Valley with WPSU's Cynthia Berger to see how maple syrup is made, at an old-style "sugar shack.
Stories: Maple Syrup!
June 4, 2007