Kevin Finney thinks it's about time we stop sugar coating how Native Americans boiled down the sap of maple trees before the time of the Pilgrims to make syrup and sugar.

Based on Finney's research, the Blandford Nature Center in Grand Rapids already has eliminated the demonstration that shows Native Americans making maple syrup by boiling the sap from sugar maple trees using hot rocks dropped into hollowed-out logs. He's out to help hundreds of nature centers nationally to stop perpetuating misconceptions during what can be their biggest drawing events for the public.