Treehugger Maple Syrup

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Address:
15203 Ott Rd
Franklin County
Laurel, IN 47024

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Maple Weekend Hours

Saturday, March 9, 2024: 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday, March 10, 2024: 10 am to 4 pm

Contact Information:
Phone Number: 765-698-3728
Email: treehuggermaple@frontier.com
Website: https://treehuggermaplesyrup.com/
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This year, Wahsnoday Pamp, from the Pokagon Band of the Potawatomi Indian Tribe, will be offering a presentation on maple sugaring in their native traditions.  He’ll show their native tools and share native stories about “the gift of maple” and teach us some of the words about maple sugaring in the Potawatomi language.  He will do one presentation each day, and will be hanging out to visit with people.

We are a small, family-owned, sugarbush (sugar maple forest) in southeastern Indiana, dedicated to crafting the very finest maple syrup using the best of both traditional and modern methods.

We started making syrup after discovering that the farm we’d just bought was full of sugar maple trees.  Thinking it would be a fun hobby for the the kids and a great homeschool project, we rigged up an old shed with a turkey fryer for the evaporator and old milk jugs for sap buckets.  It took us all day and half the night to make 1 cup of syrup!  Wow, how times have changed!

We were determined to become the best sugarers possible, and over the years we continued learning, growing, investing, and building.   We have grown into our craft, achieving a blue ribbon from the International Maple Syrup Institute. We believe there will always be something new to learn or try.

Come join us in the Sugarhouse during Indiana Maple Weekend! The maple syrup and maple cream will be ready!

*FRESH MAPLE SYRUP *MAPLE CREAM *MAPLE SUGAR     *MAPLE COTTON CANDY

  • Sugaring Demos throughout the day
  • Cooking Class
  • Recipe Swap
  • Maple History Presentation
  • coloring/activity books for the “littles”

Details and times will be updated on our website and Facebook.

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