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  • n. A grove of maple trees, making reference to the sugary maple sap.


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  • This includes typical bush veld species such as grass veld sugarbush Protea caffra and false hookthorn Acacia hereroensis; also bush willow Combretum spp and red ivory Berchemia zeyheri, which are commoner hundreds of kilometers away.

    Vredefort Dome, South Africa

  • I've walked through a sugarbush, listening to leaves crunch and mud slurp, smelling spring

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • We did have sugarbush tours. ah, those canadian childhoods.

    Happy Canada Day

  • Did you have the sugarbush school trips when you were little?

    Happy Canada Day

  • I helped for a day in a sugarbush collecting sap and watching it boil down.

    The Grassroots Project in Vermont

  • The meeting on Monday quickly adopted proposals for either the downlisting or upgrading of 32 species, from the Argentinian population of the broad-snouted caiman, a relative of the crocodile, and the pearly mussels in the United States, to the Java sparrow and two rare South Africa trees, the Swartland sugarbush and the marsh rose.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It would take us through virgin stands of maples and Eastern Hemlock, about 40 acres of untouched sugarbush once owned by the Nourse family, to a historic log cabin deep in the forest that is still used today to make maple syrup. rss feed

  • Hart gave us a map of that area and told us to look for the sugarbush trail. rss feed

  • Tim Taft, 38, a sugar maker who lives near Purinton, used 90 of the adaptors in his 5,000-tree sugarbush last year.

    The Seattle Times

  • Vermont State Police say 62-year-old Gary Osborne, of Island Pond, was killed Thursday afternoon when he was working in his sugarbush with his son.


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    August 4, 2009