We may be in the middle of winter, but it’s time to start thinking about spring. First on the docket: maple syrup prep. Do you have maple trees and live in an area that has freezing winters? You can probably make maple syrup yourself! And while we have a lot of content on this blog about maple syrup production and how you can use the stuff, the information has been somewhat sporadic and incomplete–until now! We’ve gone deeper, filled in the gaps, and developed a complete guide for harvesting and making your own maple syrup, from start to finish.
It’s just about time, folks. If you live in the northern US/southern Canada and have maple trees on your land and you don’t tap your trees for their magical sap, you are missing out! Maybe you think the setup is too difficult, or maybe too pricey? We used to think so too, but turns out it is neither! Check out our infographic below to see our super simple system that brings us a year’s supply of delicious maple syrup for under $1 per tree.