Here are some Web sites to help you with your research.
Maple Syrup: The Thousand Year-Old Recipe
Asbestos is an important mineral in the St. Lawrence Lowland. This site will help you find out more about asbestos and other minerals in the region. Click on the mineral from the list to get a description and picture. There are also links to other sources of information about minerals in Canada.
Maple trees, maple syrup, maple sugar-these are important resources in the St. Lawrence Lowland. This site looks at the1000-Year-Old recipe for one of Canada's most famous products. You can learn about the traditional way of making maple syrup used by Aboriginal peoples. There are good descriptions and pictures as well.
Maple Syrup: The Thousand-Year-Old Recipe
Using this Web site from the Collections of the Museum of Civilization, complete this worksheet to learn about the age-old recipe for making maple syrup.
Read the information and answer the following questions. Click here to download a worksheet on which to record your answers.
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