Lilley speaks to Maine Public about early maple tree tapping

Jason Lilley, assistant Extension professor and Maine sustainable agriculture and maple industry educator, was interviewed by Maine Public about the early maple tree tapping season caused by the warm winter weather. “All of these changing weather patterns and weather extremes are having impacts on the tree health. And we as a research community are trying to figure out how that impacts the long-term viability of the individual trees but also the industry,” Lilley said. WBUR and Connecticut Public shared the Maine Public report. Food & Wine cited the WBUR report.