Friday, April 13, 2007
Global Warming Comes to the Breakfast Table
"After the warmest January on record, maple syrup producers in Ohio were surprised to have recently discovered premature maple tree buds. Budding of maples at this early date is unprecedented and means that, for the first time in living memory, there will be little or no maple syrup from the trees of Northeastern Ohio this year."
So says Laurie David (pictured) in The Huffington Post.