Maple Days of Summer

In summer, bright green leaves on sugar maple trees combine sunlight, carbon dioxide from the air, water and soil nutrients through photosynthesis to produce food energy in the form of sugar for tree growth.

Discover Vermont Maple at Farmers Markets,  Fairs and Field Days throughout the state. Look for us in the Vermont Building at the Eastern States Exposition (Big E).

You’ll find special treats such as maple creamees, maple sugar-on-snow, and maple cotton candy, along with maple syrup, candy and cream.

Farmers Markets can be great places to find Maple Specialty Products that can turn a summer barbecue into something extra special. Or make your own Maple BBQ Sauce! 

 

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