Canada Pours 50 Million Pounds Of Its Maple Syrup Reserve Into A Ravenously Hungry Market

Sugar Bush Old Maple

Due to a poor harvest, a global maple syrup shortage forces the Québec Maple Syrup Producers (QMSP)  to release about half of its strategic reserve.

Quebec is responsible for over 70% of the world’s maple syrup production, with most served over pancakes and waffles in the US; its most significant consumer. However, this year, Canadian Sugar Bushes could not keep up with global demand, which increased by 21%

Anglers Are Urged To Turn In Adipose Fin Clipped Fish To The Michigan DNR

Steelhead

Several Great Lakes states, including Michigan, employ US Fish and Wildlife Service mass marking assistance to mark popular gamefish such as steelhead, Chinook salmon, Atlantic salmon, brown trout, and lake trout. Because the tag is so little, roughly the size of the tip of a lead pencil, lab workers must remove it. Anglers who catch a fish with an adipose fin cut should submit it in at a Michigan drop-off station.