Sugarmaking isn’t just a spring operation. Vermont’s maple sugarmakers and producers work year-round to turn maple syrup into delicious maple candy, creemees, marinades and so many other ways to enjoy the bounty of Vermont’s maple forests. Here, get to know some of Vermont’s sugarmakers and their favorite seasonal recipes.
Vermont's sugarmakers are always innovating and finding new ways to produce the Vermont maple products we love. Get to know the sugarmakers behind Vermont Evaporator, a company bringing maple sugarmaking to the masses in Montpelier.
Matt has more than 1,000 taps on his Westford, Vt. sugarbush and says he grew up dreaming of running a sugaring operation.
Pam’s father, Stan, started the family sugaring operation in East Berkshire more than 50 years ago. Now, over 50 acres produces syrup every spring for the Greene family.
Ed makes about 200 gallons of syrup per year both from his own land and from nearby Vermont Land Trust-conserved acreage in Cambridgeport.
Kate Whelley McCabe and her husband designed the Vermont Evaporator, a sap evaporator that makes maple production more accessible, after their 2013 move to Vermont.
THE BUCK FAMILY
James and John Buck started their sugaring operation with a roasting pan in their backyard, wanting to be part of the season. Now, their maples are featured in some of Vermont’s craft brews.
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