Brian Chabot was quoted in a recent Time Magazine’s Article on Maple Syrup. The title of the article is: Sugar Rush. A Quebecois chef heads to the forest to sweeten haute cuisine.
To read the article click on this link, Time Magazine’s Maple Article.
Brian Chabot, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and head of the Cornell New York State Maple Program, was quoted in a Times Union article on maple growers adaptation to changing climate and earlier running maple sap. Check out the article by clicking on Times Union above.
The Cornell Maple Program and its campus-based specialists have been given a national award on Oct. 26.
Brian Chabot, former director of the program; Stephen Childs, director; Michael Farrell, northern maple specialist and director of the program’s Uihlein Field Station; and Peter Smallidge, New York state extension forester and former director of the program have each been awarded the North American Maple Syrup Council’s inaugural Richard G. Haas Distinguished Service Award. They are being recognized for their outstanding research and outreach in support of maple syrup producers.
Peter Smallidge will also be awarded with the Technology Transfer Award from the Society of America Foresters for ForestConnect. ForestConnect, which launched in 2007, provides web-based seminars about woodlot management. Produced 11 times a year, the series has 2,300 registered users with more than 100 people watching each seminar live.
Read more about these programs here.