Appleton Farms

219 County Road, Ipswich

978-356-5728

afeducator@ttor.org

http://www.thetrustees.org/places-to-visit/north-shore/appleton-farms.html

Appleton Farms is a property of the Trustees of Reservations. With more than 12 miles of trails crisscrossing almost 1000 acres of forests, fields, pastures and wetlands there is a lot to see. Our farm store is open seven days a week, and in addition to our maple syrup we also sell our own dairy products, grass-fed/finished beef and eggs.

Davell's Farm

30 Orchard Drive, North Attleboro

508-699-7228

davellsfarm@yahoo.com

Maple Arch Farm

65 Arch St., Holliston

508-306-1267

Charlie@MapleArchFarm.com

http://fb.com/maplearchfarm

Matfield Maple Farm

107 Matfield St., West Bridgewater

508-588-9858

www.matfieldmaplefarm.com

Maynard Maple

6 Windmill Drive, Maynard

978-897-4518

http://www.maynardmaple.com

Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

293 Moose Hill Parkway, Sharon

moosehill@massaudubon.org

Maple Sugaring Weekends — March 25

Moose Hill has shared the magic of turning sap into syrup with the community for 45 years. Join us to experience the sugaring process from tree to table and to learn how sugaring has evolved from Native American to colonial to our own current procedures. This 90-minute outdoor, guided tour includes meeting people portraying characters from the past as they go about their daily tasks, including sugaring. Conclude your tour at our operational sugar house and enjoy a taste of the final product.

After your tour, return to the Visitor Center for additional self-guided activities, including a children's craft table, a sugaring quiz board, a pictorial look back at Moose Hill's sugaring past, and hot chocolate. Pancakes with syrup, “sap” dogs (hotdogs cooked in maple sap), maple-sugar dusted popcorn, and more delicious food items will be available for a small additional fee at the Visitor Center. Learn about future Moose Hill programs and other Mass Audubon opportunities.

March 25, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost: $10 adults, $10 for children 4 and older. Preregistration is strongly suggested. For information, contact Patti at paustin@massaudubon.org or 781-784-5691.

Natick Community Organic Farm

117 Eliot St. (Route 16), South Natick

508-655-2204

http://www.natickfarm.org

We are open all daylight hours for visits and purchases. For tours of the sugaring please schedule one with christene@natickfarm.org. We are a public farm. We have organic produce and flowers. We teach all where their food comes from through year-round programs and summer.

For information, visit www.natickfarm.org.

Powow Sugarhouse

28 E. Greenwood St., Amesbury

978-314-1129

Quissett Hill Farm

58 Quissett Road, Mendon

508-954-9527

http://www.quissetthillfarm.com

Woodville Maples

217 Wood St., Hopkinton

508-341-5108

woodvillemaples@verizon.net

http://www.woodvillemaples.com

Woodville Maples is a small, family-run sugar house producing local, pure maple syrup and honey. We are located in Woodville, a village of Hopkinton. Other products available include maple lollipops, raw honey and bees wax.

Information: Massachusetts Maple Producers Association