Dr. Gary Graham, Extension educator, agriculture and natural resources, has been recognized by the International Maple Syrup Hall of Fame for his decades dedicated to maple syrup production in North America. Gary was inducted into the Maple Syrup Hall of Fame in mid-May. The Maple Hall of Fame was established in 1977 by the North American Maple Syrup Council to recognize those who have excelled in research, development, education, leadership, and promotion within the North American maple syrup industry. Only two people per year are inducted into the Hall of Fame. Gary works in the Holmes County office of OSU Extension.
You can read the entire article about Gary’s award online. You can also learn more about the Hall of Fame online.