If you would like have your sugar-house listed on the 2019 Maine Maple Sunday Map, please fill out the Maple Sunday form. Please submit your application before January 31, 2019.
To join Maine Maple Producers Association as a member, friend of MMPA, or business, please fill out and return the membership application.
Applications can be sent to:
Maine Maple Producers Association
c/o Adam Cafro
288 Chopps Cross Road
Woolwich Maine, 04579
Phillip View Farm is located at 723 Bridgton Road, Sebago Maine 3 miles from our maple sugarhouse at Greene Maple Farm. We raise grass fed Scottish Highland cattle, our pigs are pasture raised and chickens are free ranged. Our farm store is open year round every Saturday from 9 to 1(except for Maine Maple Weekend where all events are held at Greene Maple Farm). Along with maple syrup we also have for sale from our state licensed home kitchen maple salsa, maple candy, maple sugar, maple nuts, piccalilli, relishes, jams, honey and more along with our USDA certified frozen meats.
Open Saturday’s and Sunday’s the month of March including Maine Maple Sunday®, we will have samples of maple syrup on ice cream and demonstrate how pure maple syrup is produced. We offer Pure Maine Maple Syrup, maple cream, maple candy, maple jelly, granulated maple sugar & other homemade maple items which are for sale the entire year. We can ship maple products for your convenience around the holidays or any time of year. Sign up for door prizes and sample our maple syrup on ice cream. Farm tours, school tours and restrooms. Hours: Saturday & Maine Maple Sunday® March 23-24, 9am -3pm or anytime steam is rising. Celebrating our 50th year of maple syrup production!
Email: [email protected]
Phone 207-625-8584 or 207-651-4118 cell
When I was a young boy my father boiled sap in a restaurant ss service tray over the barbecue out back and it stay with me. I started out with a few taps using the same pan over the barbecue in my backyard. Since then I have moved up to a hundred taps and took that sap to a neighbor who has a good size boiler and was willing to split the goods. I built my Sugarhouse in 2017 with leftover materials as a mason and part time carpenter. now have a 2×6 mason evaporator with 200+ taps with buckets and tubing I’m hooked