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Maple Syrup Value Systems and Value Chains - Considering Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Perspectives

  title={Maple Syrup Value Systems and Value Chains - Considering Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Perspectives},
  author={Brenda L. Murphy and Annette Chr{\'e}tien and Grant Morin},
Harvested from both intensive sugar maple stands and diverse mixed forest ecosystems across Ontario, maple syrup is an important rural and Aboriginal non-timber forest product that contributes to social, economic and environmental sustainability. This paper presents our ongoing work to map Ontario’s maple syrup value system from two different perspectives, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal. In the economic sense, analyses of value systems are useful for members to identify the opportunities and… 
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