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Sugaring Off Sundays Return to The Farmers’ Museum in March

The weekly event begins March 3 and continues each Sunday through March 24 offering maple sugaring demonstrations, activities, and much more.

What you need to know before you tap maple trees

With temps in the Mohawk Valley above freezing during the day, and below freezing at night, it’s time to get ready and collect maple sap.

Tag Archive for: Maple Sugaring

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Maple Weekends at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Maple Weekends at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Peaceful Valley Maple Farms Maple Weekend is happening on two weekends this year beginning March 16 and 17, and again March 23 and 24 2024 from 10:00 am to 5:00pm at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms in Johnstown, NY!

NYS Maple Weekend - NYSMPALocation and Contact

Peaceful Valley Maple Farms
116 Lagrange Rd, Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-8936
Email: pvmf116@yahoo.com

Maple Weekend Activities

Watch the whole process of maple syrup being made as the sweet sap is turned into pure maple syrup!
Weather permitting we will have complimentary horse drawn wagon rides, along with complimentary silver dollar panacakes/warm fresh maple syrup the first weekend and complimentary corn fritters/warm maple syrup the second weekend plus our sponsored sportsman race car will also be on display, along with door prize drawings.

About Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Steve Savage has been immersed in maple grove life since he was 15 years old. He started collecting sap in buckets on his grandfather, Gordon LaGrange’s farm. Gordon taught him the process of making maple syrup-from tapping the correct trees, to using wood for the boiling process. In 1986, Peaceful Valley Maple Farms was established. A new sap house was built in 2005 and in 2007, a restaurant was added to the sap house and store through the vision of Steve’s mother, Barbara Kirk. Steve continues the family tradition by sharing his love of sugaring with his son Stephen, who has taken on most of the boiling process for the past two years. Together, the Savage family has grown that passion into a successful family business.

Maple Weekend is a chance for the public to come to the farm to learn about New York’s maple sugarmaking processes and traditions and to provide a chance to taste pure maple syrup in its many forms – right from the source. This event is organized and sponsored by the New York State Maple Producers’ Association. We are proudly funded by both our members and the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets.

NYS Maple Association

The New York State Maple Producers Association (NYSMPA) is a not-for-profit organization composed of the folks who produce maple syrup and related maple products throughout New York State. We are a diverse group of small business people who understand what it means to work hard in the forests, who take pride to practice sustainable wood lot management, so that healthy maple trees will yield their sweet sap year after year.

You can find more events near you at Mohawk Valley Today Events!

Maple Weekend Peaceful Valley Maple Farm Banner

Maple Weekends at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Maple Weekends at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Peaceful Valley Maple Farms Maple Weekend is happening on two weekends this year beginning March 16 and 17, and again March 23 and 24 2024 from 10:00 am to 5:00pm at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms in Johnstown, NY!

NYS Maple Weekend - NYSMPALocation and Contact

Peaceful Valley Maple Farms
116 Lagrange Rd, Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-8936
Email: pvmf116@yahoo.com

Maple Weekend Activities

Watch the whole process of maple syrup being made as the sweet sap is turned into pure maple syrup!
Weather permitting we will have complimentary horse drawn wagon rides, along with complimentary silver dollar panacakes/warm fresh maple syrup the first weekend and complimentary corn fritters/warm maple syrup the second weekend plus our sponsored sportsman race car will also be on display, along with door prize drawings.

About Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Steve Savage has been immersed in maple grove life since he was 15 years old. He started collecting sap in buckets on his grandfather, Gordon LaGrange’s farm. Gordon taught him the process of making maple syrup-from tapping the correct trees, to using wood for the boiling process. In 1986, Peaceful Valley Maple Farms was established. A new sap house was built in 2005 and in 2007, a restaurant was added to the sap house and store through the vision of Steve’s mother, Barbara Kirk. Steve continues the family tradition by sharing his love of sugaring with his son Stephen, who has taken on most of the boiling process for the past two years. Together, the Savage family has grown that passion into a successful family business.

Maple Weekend is a chance for the public to come to the farm to learn about New York’s maple sugarmaking processes and traditions and to provide a chance to taste pure maple syrup in its many forms – right from the source. This event is organized and sponsored by the New York State Maple Producers’ Association. We are proudly funded by both our members and the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets.

NYS Maple Association

The New York State Maple Producers Association (NYSMPA) is a not-for-profit organization composed of the folks who produce maple syrup and related maple products throughout New York State. We are a diverse group of small business people who understand what it means to work hard in the forests, who take pride to practice sustainable wood lot management, so that healthy maple trees will yield their sweet sap year after year.

You can find more events near you at Mohawk Valley Today Events!

Maple Weekend Peaceful Valley Maple Farm Banner

Maple Weekends at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Maple Weekends at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Peaceful Valley Maple Farms Maple Weekend is happening on two weekends this year beginning March 16 and 17, and again March 23 and 24 2024 from 10:00 am to 5:00pm at Peaceful Valley Maple Farms in Johnstown, NY!

NYS Maple Weekend - NYSMPALocation and Contact

Peaceful Valley Maple Farms
116 Lagrange Rd, Johnstown, NY 12095
Phone: (518) 762-8936
Email: pvmf116@yahoo.com

Maple Weekend Activities

Watch the whole process of maple syrup being made as the sweet sap is turned into pure maple syrup!
Weather permitting we will have complimentary horse drawn wagon rides, along with complimentary silver dollar panacakes/warm fresh maple syrup the first weekend and complimentary corn fritters/warm maple syrup the second weekend plus our sponsored sportsman race car will also be on display, along with door prize drawings.

About Peaceful Valley Maple Farms

Steve Savage has been immersed in maple grove life since he was 15 years old. He started collecting sap in buckets on his grandfather, Gordon LaGrange’s farm. Gordon taught him the process of making maple syrup-from tapping the correct trees, to using wood for the boiling process. In 1986, Peaceful Valley Maple Farms was established. A new sap house was built in 2005 and in 2007, a restaurant was added to the sap house and store through the vision of Steve’s mother, Barbara Kirk. Steve continues the family tradition by sharing his love of sugaring with his son Stephen, who has taken on most of the boiling process for the past two years. Together, the Savage family has grown that passion into a successful family business.

Maple Weekend is a chance for the public to come to the farm to learn about New York’s maple sugarmaking processes and traditions and to provide a chance to taste pure maple syrup in its many forms – right from the source. This event is organized and sponsored by the New York State Maple Producers’ Association. We are proudly funded by both our members and the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets.

NYS Maple Association

The New York State Maple Producers Association (NYSMPA) is a not-for-profit organization composed of the folks who produce maple syrup and related maple products throughout New York State. We are a diverse group of small business people who understand what it means to work hard in the forests, who take pride to practice sustainable wood lot management, so that healthy maple trees will yield their sweet sap year after year.

You can find more events near you at Mohawk Valley Today Events!