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It's In Our Roots

When the nights are cold and the days are warm, Vermont maple producers across the state know sugaring season is upon us. Vermont is the nation’s leading producer of maple syrup. Producing nearly 2 million gallons of syrup in 2017, Vermont generates 47 percent of the country’s maple syrup. Some are thinking, “Wow, that’s a lot for such a small state!” but keep in mind, that’s coming from more than 1,500 sugarhouses statewide.

Vermonters are proud of their sugarmakers and the products they make. Maple syrup is all-natural and made by a very simple process. Next time you’re in Vermont, especially in the spring, visit a sugar house and buy some maple syrup. Not only are you bringing a small piece of Vermont home with you, but you’re supporting the agricultural heritage and the sugarmakers who work so hard to sustain the productivity of their land. The best part is, you’re purchasing maple products directly from the people who produce them.

Vermont Maple Open House Weekend: March 25 & 26, 2017.

2019 Maple Open House Weekend

Visit Vermont sugarhouses March 23 & 24 and meet your sugar maker! Tour the grounds, ask questions, get a sweet sample, and create a family tradition.

The Vermont Maple Festival sign in St. Albans, VT.

53rd Vermont Maple Festival

Each year, maple lovers travel to St. Albans to celebrate everything maple! The celebration includes contests, cooking demonstrations, face painting stations, concerts, comedy shows and more!

Official Vermont Vacation Guides for 2018-19.

Free Vermont Vacation Guide

Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with great content to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.

SOLAR SWEET MAPLE FARM

Watch how this sugarhouse is putting a new green twist on an old Vermont tradition.

North Silo in Jeffersonville, VT by Jonthan Rutherford.

Maple and Murals

Sweet signs of spring include maple forests awakening and a plethora of outdoor art awaiting visitors. This year, pair your visits to the state’s famed maple sugarhouses with outdoor arts exploration.