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sugar bush

n.
A grove of sugar maples used as a source of maple syrup or maple sugar. Also called sugar orchard.

sugar bush

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sugarbush

n
(Plants) an anacardiaceous evergreen shrub, Rhus ovata, of S California and Arizona, having pale oval leaves, spikes of yellow-tinged red flowers, and deep red fruits
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Sugar Bush is proud to present our new yarn, Rapture.
Foreign reliance on cane sugar became looked on in an increasingly negative light, so much so that after visiting Vermont in 1791, Thomas Jefferson suggested every citizen should have a maple orchard or sugar bush to reduce reliance on foreign cane sugar (Lawrence et al.
Her first UK hit was Sugar Bush with Frankie Laine in 1952.
With 100 acres of maple trees to survey, it would often take John Cambridge an entire day walking the sugar bush to pinpoint a source of lost pressure in the tap lines at Thompson's Maple Products, and even then, his success at diagnosing the cause of the problem--amongst 20,000 taps--could be dubious.
The shaker handle metaphorically represents my journeying in ceremonial and academic settings while the shaker head has allowed me to express my experiences at a sugar bush camp in my home community of M'Chigeeng.
His year is broken into four seasons, he says: sugar bush, driving the Corvette, ricing, and buying parts for the Corvette (winter).
The team immobilized these species in gels made of calcium alginate or carageenan and placed them in a bioreactor with concentrated maple sap from the sugar bush at Kemptville Campus.
Topics covered include wildlife habitat improvement, erosion control, tree planting, recreation enhancement, sugar bush management and silviculture.
Readers go out to count loons in central Minnesota; travel with an Ojibwe family to the sugar bush in order to make maple syrup; share the memory of a young boy's creation of an "island" in the midst of the Minnesota prairie; sample the unexpected joys of fishing along an urban creek that is utterly without fish; kayak the North Shore of Lake Superior; and watch raptors outside a variety of urban fast-food restaurants.
an outing to the sugar bush, in order to observe the gathering and processing of maple syrup (a real Canadian product).
We walked the sugar bush used by three of the four producers and their intimate relationship with these landscapes and ethic of care was immediately apparent.