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sugar bush

sugar bush

Large leathery leaves, white flower clusters, reddish sticky berries. Raw fruit can be soaked in water to make lemonade, or mushed to make sweet-sour jam. Leaf tea used for coughs, colds, lungs.
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The large capital investment required for both sugar bush and sugarhouse equipment (Graham et al.
Marie, the sugar bush has been in the Thompson family since 1977.
The head of the shaker visually depicts and organizes the five groupings of Anishinaabe literacy uncovered in the sugar bush camp (2) data set of my dissertation:1) spirit-centered literacy; 2) local community literacies that include familial knowledge and other local knowledge exchanges; 3) turtle shaker literacy; 4) literacy of the medicine water; and 5) technological literacy.
Finally, the temperature data sets for both the cities of Kingston and North Bay may not be representative of the conditions within the rural sugar bush regions.
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Marie), which produces maple syrup products from a sugar bush with 20,000 trees.
Many families or clans returned to the same sugar bush every year for generations.
Moving to the UK in 1949, she had a hit with Sugar Bush.
The MacMillans were prepared to give up hay and corn crops, but are concerned about a maple sugar bush that the Ewen family has used for sugaring for many years.
The next day ski that same trail and marvel at the complicated system of piping running through the sugar bush and take a detour to South Meadow Farm Sugar Shack for some fresh maple syrup drizzled over snow--the perfect energy food for the climb ahead.
You can choose from the following: sugar bush (Rhus ovata), which has fragrant leaves, sugar-coated fruit and eventually may reach a height of 12 feet or more; laurel sumac (Rhus laurina), perhaps the most common of local chaparral shrubs, a sprawling species whose height and breadth are both around 15 feet; Nevin's mahonia (Mahonia Nevinii), a prickly plant with yellow flowers that grows into a 6-foot globe; and Italian buckthorn (Rhamnus alaternus), a Mediterranean native with glossy leaves that grows to 20 feet and requires little water.
Worthington's favorite evergreen shrubs, lemonade berry (Rhus integrifolia) and sugar bush (R.