VISITOR HELPERS, eating maple syrup on the snow
We receive visitors from around to world join us to discover the mysteries of making maple syrup and of rural life in North America.
LES QUEBECOIS SUGARWORK in Lowell Vermont
Where we tap the trees to the top of Hadley Mountain in the heart of Vermont's back-country skiing paradise.
THE MAPLE FARM in Marston, Quebec
Situated in the boundary mountains of the Eastern Townships where our family has been making maple syrup since the early 1970's.
THE PEOPLE AND PLACES BEHIND THE MAPLE SYRUP
TROAD up on Hamlin ridge in her feat to hike New England's 100 tallest peaks.
Mom is the persistent back bone of this family that has kept the family living through long inhospitable winters and rocky farm land. Most folks would have left long ago for something easier.
ABE, out kiting,
A real talent when it comes to rigging and patching.
The master mind behind all the pipes, pumps and politics of our maple operations
ANNA-SPRING, harvesting wild rice.
A passionate cross-country skier who insists on sleeping outside whenever possible . Anna knows her landscapes through the tastes of the local plants.
ELIJAH, snowboarding near the boundary blaze
He is the little guy on the family label, now a solid 6'3''. Elijah's our fastest tree tapper and fastest everything including fastest at gliding down hills on skis or a board.
RUTHY, making fresh apple cider
The keeper of the home grown food productions, keeps us healthy and ready to survive another long winter. She is a top advocate of the benefits of living close to nature and of animal husbandry.
Ruthy has enjoyed many travel adventures with her bicycle stopping to help on organic farmsteads.