sugaring for many years on the Sprague Farm in Whitingham,
Marty, Karen, and son Rod agreed to host part of the 1992
Vermont Maplerama Tour. The Farms' being located in the
woods and off the beaten trail while very functional,
was not accessible to the public. Having enjoyed involvement
in the Maplerama, the Spragues decided to build a new
sugar house on a well traveled road and opening for the
public to enjoy.
recycled church building, native Vermont lumber, tons of concrete,
and the help of family and friends led to the dream becoming
a reality along Route 100.
Sprague, now 26, is the 6th generation of Spragues to learn
the age old art of making pure Vermont Maple Syrup.
addition to pure maple syrup, the Spragues also hand make
maple sugar candies, pure maple spread, pure maple granulated
sugar, and pure maple crunchies.