Birch tree tappers say a warming Alaska is making the harvest season harder to predict

April is birch tree sap season in Southcentral Alaska. A season that is harder and harder to predict because of climate change. Alaska Public Media’s Lex Treinen visited some long time birch sap harvesters in Talkeetna to learn more.

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Matt Faubion is a videographer at Alaska Public Media. Reach him at mfaubion@alaskaoublic.org.

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