“I have always been under the belief that if you drill too many holes, you kill your trees. You can have the nicest operation in the world but, with sugaring, you make your money out in the woods. So, you need to take care of your trees. Tree health is the most important part.”
Meet our friend Jeff Corey.
We work with over 350 sugar makers to supply maple syrup to our operation. Each one of these farmers shares a vision of forest stewardship and commitment to quality that is similar to the one that has driven our work for decades.
With consumption of yogurt having grown by more than 400% over the last 30 years there’s a burgeoning of new flavors and styles. From Aussie style yogurt to Icelandic Skyr to your local store brand pure maple syrup and yogurt are a natural pair.
If you live in Vermont, you may recognize this fuzzy little creature, known as the Forest Tent Caterpillar. This North American native insect is found throughout most of the United States and Canada, mostly in the eastern regions wherever hardwoods can be found, where they favor sugar maples, ash and red oak trees.