PHOTOS: Maple syrup season starts with a tap in Bow

By on Mar 8, 2016 in Multimedia |

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Gov. Maggie Hassan commemorated the start of maple syruping in New Hampshire at Treat’s Sugarhouse in Bow on Monday afternoon. She spoke about the importance of agriculture in New Hampshire’s economy, culture and environment.

 

Alex Lavallee, 8, from Dunbarton waits for a drop of sap to fall into his mouth after Governor Maggie Hassan tapped a tree at Treat's Sugarhouse in Bow to kick off the maple syrup season.  (GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff) - Concord Monitor

Alex Lavallee, 8, from Dunbarton waits for a drop of sap to fall into his mouth after Governor Maggie Hassan tapped a tree at Treat’s Sugarhouse in Bow to kick off the maple syrup season. (GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)

 

Governor Maggie Hassan gets some help with tapping a tree at the Treat's Sugarhouse in Bow Monday afternoon. Hassan was there to kick off the season.  (GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff) - Concord Monitor

Governor Maggie Hassan gets some help with tapping a tree at the Treat’s Sugarhouse in Bow Monday afternoon. Hassan was there to kick off the season. (GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)