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Exciting Changes Coming to Sugartree Maple Farm Website!

We extend our sincere thanks for your patience and continued support. Exciting things are happening at SugarTree Maple Farm, and we can’t wait to share them with you!

Our website is undergoing a fantastic redesign to provide an even better online experience. We anticipate the new website to be live by March 1st, where you’ll have the opportunity to explore our refreshed look and, more importantly, place online orders for our delicious maple products.

We understand the anticipation, and we appreciate your understanding during this transition. Stay tuned for an enhanced SugarTree Maple Farm online experience – just in time for maple season!

Thank you for being part of our sweet journey.


2024 Spring Open House Weekend, March 23rd and 24th!

Get ready to immerse yourself in a symphony of maple delights at Sugartree Maple Farm’s Annual 2024 Maple Open House Weekend on March 23rd and 24th from 9 am to 4 pm. Join us for two days of pure Vermont maple bliss, where the sugaring magic comes to life amidst the scenic beauty of our farm.

Sugartree Maple Farm story.

Learn why we here at Sugartree Maple Farm LOVE what we do — making maple syrup and maple products!

Maple syrup is 100% natural. It’s straight from our trees and is an excellent source of organic sugar.

Sugartree Maple Farm SyrupWelcome to Sugartree Maple Farm, a Vermont owned sugarhouse operated by Mark and Amy Yandow. We share this wonderful business with our children Matthew and MacKenzie and many other very supportive family members and friends. We all take part in the sugaring process — from cutting and stacking firewood, to the final boiling of the sap into maple syrup.

Yes, our sap is gathered with plastic pipelines strung tree-to-tree instead of tin buckets but we still have a new modern wood fired evaporator to boil down the sap to sweet maple syrup, as it’s been done for generations. If your in Williston, Vermont during the peak of the sugaring season and you see steam rolling from the sugarhouse you’ll know we are hard at work. Please stop to visit and enjoy a free sample of our tasty product of Vermont gold – maple syrup.

Boiling sap in to Maple syrupOur state of Vermont’s high concentration of sugar maple trees is also the reason the state is known for it’s vibrant fall foliage. Here in Vermont we enjoy our sugar maple trees not only for the sweet golden syrup they produce but the beauty they bring to our backyard. So on your next trip to Williston, Vermont please plan to visit us and see why we are called “Sugartree Maple Farm”, and how we produce 100% Vermont pure maple syrup.

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