Spring Has Sprung When Alaska’s Birch Sap Starts Flowing

Every spring in Alaska the birch sap starts flowing when the snow begins to melt. As one of the first indicators that our long winter is over, birch tree syrup and water is an experience unique to those who live in the northern latitudes, and who get to experience the beauty of our birch groves.

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Do you enjoy the birch sap syrup or water? Have you ever tried it? Let us know in the comments below!

If you want to get out of the house and embrace the warmer weather, Kick Off Spring In Alaska With These 7 Scenic Hikes Under Two Miles.

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