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March is Maple Season in Connecticut and that means ample opportunities to safely tour sugarhouses, learn about the origins of the maple syrup-making process, participate in tree tapping demonstrations, and sample Connecticut-made sweets—all while supporting Connecticut farmers and businesses.
Visit a Sugarhouse
Visiting a Connecticut sugarhouse is not only a fun learning experience but when you buy Connecticut Grown maple syrup, you are contributing to the protection of Connecticut farms and its working landscape. You are part of the solution of protecting farmland, stimulating the local economy, supporting small businesses, and preserving this time-honored tradition of maple sugaring in Connecticut. Prior to your visit, please make sure you call ahead to ensure you can experience the process of sugaring first hand. You will not regret it!
For a map of all Connecticut Sugarhouses, click HERE.