Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Hoses leading from taplines into sugarshack on sugarbush in Ontario, Canada. Taplines use gravity to carry tapped maple sap to sugar shack where water content of the sap will be boiled off and converted into syrup. Maple syrup was first collected and used by aboriginal peoples of North America.

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Keywords: acer saccharum, agriculture, canada, maple syrup, maple syrup collecting, maple syrup production, maple syrup tapping, maple tree, natural resource, ontario, sap, sugar shack, sugarshack, tap, tap line, tapline, tapping maple, tapping trees

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Maple sap tapline

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