Bus tours to maple syrup makers in Massachusetts get going in March.

Maple syrup producers in Massachusetts work very very hard to get the good stuff. It takes 40 gallons of raw sap to make one solid gallon of natural, organic maple syrup.

Fortunately, you don’t have to do all that work yourself.

Maple producers in Massachusetts open season in March right when the weather is warming up and the sap flows upward from the trunk.

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FRESH MAPLE SYRUP FOR YOUR PANCAKES

Maple Weekend features sugar houses around the state who perform demonstrations and sell product.

View a directory to see where they are.
 www.massmaple.org/buy-maple-syrup/directory/maple-weekend/

Restuarants serving hand-made maple products, pancakes and more   www.massmaple.org/sugarhouse-restaurants/

Farmer’s Markets

Winter Farmers’ Markets
 statewide.
The Boston Public Market,  downtown

The official maple month  opened at
Mill Brook Sugarhouse  in Lenox, MA