Visit us at the Sugar House!
Call (570) 563-1871
The Farm’s many sugar maples yield a crop of fine syrup each spring.
Our handcrafted Maple Syrup, under the careful guidance of Dylan Hull Zeitlyn, has been winning fans and accolades at County Fairs and breakfast tables all over the country.
Harvesting takes place in early spring…
when nighttime temperatures fall below zero, but the mercury rises enough during the day to get the sap flowing. Once we collect the sap we bring it to the Sugar House and boil it down. It takes 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of Maple Syrup.
We welcome visitors and volunteers as we collect and boil our sap in February and March each year.
Our bottled syrup is for sale and available in a number of different sizes.