Welcome to the Maine Maple Producers Association
We provide this site to inform you of some of the wonderful things one can do with Maine maple syrup. We also have a large membership of maple producers. So please enjoy our site and come back often.
Maine Maple SyrupAlways Pure...........Always Natural..........Always loved..........
Enjoy the Natural Sweetness of Maine's Maple Syrup
Pure Maine maple syrup with a hint of the great north woods in it, has been brightening the flavor of fine, downeast food since long before the colonists arrived. Now, hundreds of years later, the quality is excellent, the degree of sweetness is fixed by law, and the uniquely delicious taste still varies as it always has. Sometimes the syrup is dark and rich, sometimes pale gold and delicate. It all depends on the soil and terrain, the wind and the weather, just like wine.
NASS Northeast Maple Syrup Production Report
Statistics are now available on the USDA website June 15, 2016. http://www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/New_England_includes/Publications/Current_News_Release/Maple%20Syrup%202016.pdf
The 6th Annual Maple Mania was held June 9th ~ 11th. Tours for this year’s Maple Mania were held at Merrifield Farm, Balsam Ridge, Coopers Royal Heritage Farm, Sweet Williams, Cumberland County Fair Sugar house and Museum, and Allagash Brewing Company. Many thanks to those who welcomed us to their farms. Saturday was filled with informative technical sessions. Please fill out the survey provided by Kathy Hopkins, so we can continue to provide interesting & informative content for next years Maple Mania.
The new MMPA website- Coming Soon!
Coming in the spring of 2016, will be the new face of the Maine Maple Producers Association. Our new website will proudly showcase and promote the maple industry in Maine, from individual sugarhouses to the one and only-Maine Maple Sunday. Many thanks to the following sugarhouses for their help throughout this process: Maine Mountain Maple Products, North Star Orchards, Maine-iac Maple, Pingree Maple Products, Bruce Pierce, and Hilltop Boilers LLC. Please review your farms contact informatioin if you need to make any changes please direct them to Dewey & Sharon Lloy, our new webmasters via email: email@example.com or call 207-655-4474.
Maine Maple Sunday, 2016!
Sugarhouses all over Maine, held Maine Maple Sunday this spring. What an exciting day for friends and families to get out and celebrate the arrival of spring with a trip to their local sugarhouse. Most sugarhouses gave out lots of free maple samples, gave educational tours, and held activities for people to do around the theme of Maple in Maine. It is estimated that between 75,000-100,000 people, almost a tenth of the population of Maine, visited a sugarhouse for open house events. Save the date for next year- March 26, 2017. We hope to see you again!
Location: T3R3 NBKP – Alder Brook Twp. (7 miles north of Jackman) Potential for 20,000+ tap sugar bush lease on Prentiss and Carlisle Management Company managed ground. This area is comprised of nearly 100% sugar maple trees that have never been tapped in the past. An access road has been constructed into the lease area. For additional information please contact: Bob Chandler with Prentiss and Carlisle Management Company at: firstname.lastname@example.org office 207.942.8295 l cell 207.356.8923
Why not join MMPA and support local sugarhouses in Maine?
MMPA holds its annual membership drive each year during the months of December and January. However, with all of the benefits, becoming a member of MMPA is simply a great move any time of the year. Just the advertising benefits alone are worth way more than the $55 annual dues. Please open the drop down menu above and review all of the benefits of joining MMPA. Applications should be mailed to: Gaylene Cooper, 81 Chute Road, Windham, Maine, 04062. If you would like a digital copy of these forms or would like to be a new member, please email: email@example.com