Tap-a-Tree Maple Syrup Program

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Saturday February 2

10:00 AM  –  11:00 AM

Learn the science and history of maple syruping by being a hands-on part of the process. There are two training sessions offered (February 2nd at 10am or 1pm); only ONE session is required for training. On that day you will choose a tree and hang your bucket that will collect sap. We will send regular updates on the running of the sap so that you can come to the Farm to collect sap from your tree. We will boil down the sap in our sugar shack and send each family home with their very own bottle of Ambler Farm maple syrup. 

The season runs from early February to mid-March. Maple syrup production is winter farming and, therefore, weather dependent. A typical season is five weeks long. If you are traveling during February or March, we will collect sap for you. 

Enrollment is limited to 110 families. This program sold out quickly in previous years, so please do not wait to sign up! The number of trees at the Farm is limited, so we are unable to accommodate late requests or wait lists. 

$65 per non-member family
$60 per member family 

Registration begins for members on January 2nd and opens to non-members on January 17th (space permitting). 

Please email amblerfarm@gmail.com if you register but cannot attend either orientation.

*Members*  Don't forget to Sign In first (upper right corner) with your username and password. As a member, you will gain automatic access to early registration and discounted prices that are available for members only. Member discounts will be applied during checkout.

If you have not already registered on our website, Click Here to Register. Once you are logged in as a member, you will be able to access early registration.

Become a member or renew your membership to Ambler Farm. It may take up to 24 hours for the system to identify you as a new or rejoined member, at which time you may access early member registration and discounts.  

Contact Robin Clune with any questions: robin@amblerfarm.org