Thursday, May 14, 2009

No sure fit

Sometimes a letter or press releases comes along and you're not sure where it fits.

A recent one from Geauga County's Benjamin Calkins is just such a release.

In it, Calkins notes that the Farm Bureau's Geauga County branch recently purchased 50 sugar maple trees for an Arbor Day planting.

These trees were part of a reforestation project to help maintain the county's preeminence in the making of maple syrup. The saplings were planted on the farms of Farm Bureau members.
"Maple syrup production continues to be a mainstay of Geauga County's agriculture," said the local chapter's president, Linnie Lausin.

- Jeffrey L. Frischkorn


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