Did you know that it takes approximately 40 gallons of maple sap to produce 1 gallon of maple syrup?
As winter recedes, the changing climate brings warmer days and frosty nights, causing sap in sugar maple trees to flow up from the roots, and maple harvesting kicks into high gear. For this short, but eagerly anticipated sweet season, our TCO locations (LIST THEM OFF) are stocked with all the supplies you need to tap and process your own syrup including sap buckets and lids, spiles, tubing, filters, plastic and glass bottles, and more.
We will be stocking local fresh maple syrup for sale once the season wraps up. Stay tuned!