Join us on Saturday, March 28th to visit the Sugar Hill Maple Farm on a snowshoe hike of this beautiful farm. The Hunt family and ACT staff will lead the snowshoe hike in the morning. During the afternoon the Hunt family will be giving sugarhouse tours. If the weather is warm enough and sap is running, there will be guided gathering bucket tours in the upper fields. This event is family-friendly and free to the public.
Owned by the Hunt Family, and forever conserved by ACT, the Sugar Hill Maple Farm is a land rich in the history of maple sugaring. The Sugar Hill Maple Farm is a real time example of how land conservation plays an important role in maintaining the heritage of the North Country. The Sugar Hill Maple Farm has been home to an operational sugarhouse for over a century, and the Hunts continue this legacy. The farm was conserved by Charlie Stewart in 2004.
When: Saturday, March 28th. Snowshoe hike of the farm grounds led by the Hunt family and ACT staff from 10:30- 12:00 noon. Guided sugarhouse tours 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.
Driving Directions: 719 Easton Rd, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. Link to map.
This event is being held in conjunction with the 2015 NH Maple Producers weekend.