Steven Anderson is a third-generation syrup maker and co-author of How to Make Maple Syrup. His grandfather Paul Anderson started Anderson’s Maple Syrup, located near Cumberland, Wisconsin, in 1928. His father, Norman Anderson, was inducted into the Maple Syrup Hall of Fame in 2009. Steven’s knowledge of the maple syrup industry and his passion for the craft has earned him the respect of fellow syrup makers. He lives on his family’s sugarbush in Wisconsin with his wife and their two children, who want to be syrup makers when they grow up!More about Steven
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