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Little ones learn to split wood

Some of our youngest family members are learning how to produce our organic maple syrup and other maple products. In the photo above, two little ones get a lesson on how to split wood.




The little guy sitting at the table helps his gradmother package products for customers during our 2011 Maple Weekend.

The little guy sitting at the table helps his gradmother package products for customers
during our 2011 Maple Weekend.




This tiny type is starting to learn about tapping trees.

This tiny tyke is starting to learn about
tapping trees.





We work really hard, but we find
time to relax!

Coffee break

Time out for the group



























































































We're family owned and operated

Production of Salmon Brook Valley organic maple syrup and other maple products is definitely a family affair! Three generations of our extended family work together to make it happen.

We produce our organic maple syrup and other maple products in the spring, but there's work to do twelve months a year: trimming trees, clearing dead branches and fallen limbs, splitting and stacking firewood, grading the access road in the summer, plowing the access road in the winter, maintaining our sugar-shack building, cleaning the boiling tanks, cleaning the kitchen, designing and implementing equipment upgrades, distributing our products to retailers, keeping track of inventory, bookkeeping...the list goes on and on!


Lots of firewood to split!

Lots of firewood to split





Stringing the plastic tubing through the trees
requires careful planning and good teamwork.


Stringing the plastic tubing through the trees requires careful planning and good teamwork.





Drilling a tap requires strength and skill.

Drilling a tap requires strength and skill.




Our Sugar Shack. This is where the magic happens!

The Salmon Brook Valley Sugar Shack in Perham, ME




Working on the lines.

Working on the lines




Sugar Shack gets a roof.

Sugar Shack gets a roof.




Bottling syrup is an assembly-line operation.

Bottling syrup is an assembly-line operation.




The bottles are beautiful in the windows
at the Sugar Shack.


The bottles are beautiful in the windows at the Sugar Shack.




Camp Cookie.

Camp Cookie






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Boiling sap at our Sugar Shack
Boiling sap at our Sugar Shack
It takes about 40 gallons of sap
to make one gallon of syrup.


























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