Ever wanted to make your own maple syrup?
Come find out at our Maple Syrup Workshop!
Audience: Adults, Teens, & Families
Duration: 3 hours
Level: Beginner & beyond
In this workshop will you learn to properly tap a maple tree so it gives of it’s sugary sweet sap; from which you would be able to boil down into maple syrup. Topics covered will be: tree identification, types of trees to be tapped, taps, tapping with buckets and tapping systems such as hoses and tanks, storing the sugar water, boiling, types of evaporation systems and stoves, finishing the sap into syrup, filtering, and storing syrup for consumption.
* * Note – A part of the class will be in the outdoors in colder weather so dress appropriately.
Join us to get hands-on experience in making maple syrup!
Maple Syrup Workshop
Saturday March 9, 11am
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Peter M. Hoffman
From an early age Peter learned self-reliant skills from his parents and grandparents, which instilled in him a passion for living off the land. His thirst for knowledge lead him to the Pathfinder School where he continued to develop his primitive and self-reliance skills, ultimately becoming an instructor himself.
Being a lifelong learner, Peter has continued to gain knowledge in herbalism, has created his own permaculture design which includes a blacksmith forge, built his own off grid cabin from recycled materials, an orchard with an integrated pond and watering system, extracted maple sap from multiple forests for maple syrup production, and learned to harvest and make full use of wild game. He has worked with National Geographic and The History Channel, has been published in The Backwoodsman Magazine and has developed his own YouTube channel, Intricate Nature.