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  1. #21
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    Bruce -
    Thank you for making the trek up to our place on a grisly day. I enjoyed catching up and will display the sign proudly. Membership does have its privileges...
    Eric Johnson
    Tucker Mountain Maple Co-op
    1400 taps in 2013
    2.5 x 8 CDL pellet arch and Smokey Lake pans
    Lapierre 600 RO
    Member of Andover/Salisbury Maplehaulics anonymous
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    pALS

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    And here is Patrick Connor of the highly rated Intervale Farm Pancake House and longtime host of the NHMPA Henniker Regional Meeting with his new membership sign.

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    Bruce Treat
    750 Sugar Maple Taps
    5/16 & 3/16 w/ .225 Spiles
    H2O Innovation RO
    2X6 Grimm w/ Preheater & Blower
    Bow, New Hampshire

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    Oh, and another one! Richard and Elaine Moore of Sunnyside Maples, holding their new sign and a rare copy of the old NHMPA membership sign, circa 19??. Anybody else got one of those? BTW, the new signs are now at Sunnyside, will be at Fadden' North Woodstock on Saturday and The Maple Guys in Wilton on Sunday. Also the directors have some. Be sure to post your pix!

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    Bruce Treat
    750 Sugar Maple Taps
    5/16 & 3/16 w/ .225 Spiles
    H2O Innovation RO
    2X6 Grimm w/ Preheater & Blower
    Bow, New Hampshire

  4. #24
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    And here it is. The new sign looks good on the sugar house.

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    Russ

    "Red Roof Maples" Where the term "boiling soda" was first introduced to the maple producing world!

    Algier 2x6 evaporator, W F Mason arch
    Lapierre 250 Turbo RO machine
    SP-22 vacuum pump
    1930 Ford Model AA Doodlebug tractor
    1971 IH 454 52hp diesel tractor
    A couple of Honda 4 wheelers
    About a dozen chainsaws and no chickens

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    Meadowview Sugar House, Union, NH
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    Syrup By the Sea, Portsmouth, NH
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    Bruce Treat
    750 Sugar Maple Taps
    5/16 & 3/16 w/ .225 Spiles
    H2O Innovation RO
    2X6 Grimm w/ Preheater & Blower
    Bow, New Hampshire

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    Default Press release

    PRESS RELEASE -

    The New Hampshire Maple Producers Association will be hosting its annual Tree Tapping Ceremony with our very special guest, Governor Maggie Hassan. The event will take place on March 7, 2016 at 3pm at Treat's Sugarhouse, 3 Hop Kiln Road, Bow, NH. All are welcome to attend the official "kick off" of the 2016 maple season in New Hampshire. Maple sugaring families contribute $150 million to the state's economy and 150,000 gallons of maple syrup are produced in New Hampshire annually. For more information, please visit our website, www.nhmapleproducers.com, email us at nhmpa@aol.com or call 603-225-3757.

    -END


    Also :

    Mt. Crumpit Farm, New Boston

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    Bruce Treat
    750 Sugar Maple Taps
    5/16 & 3/16 w/ .225 Spiles
    H2O Innovation RO
    2X6 Grimm w/ Preheater & Blower
    Bow, New Hampshire

  7. #27
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    Got the sign up just in time!

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    Bruce Treat
    750 Sugar Maple Taps
    5/16 & 3/16 w/ .225 Spiles
    H2O Innovation RO
    2X6 Grimm w/ Preheater & Blower
    Bow, New Hampshire

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    Default Maple Weekend

    Weather looks good statewide for Maple Weekend.

    The NH Maple Producers Association has extensive TV ads running on WMUR, Manchester; Fox25 and NECN, Boston; also NHPR and 6 newspapers. 100 sugarhouses are listed on our website's interactive maps, which is also linked to the Dept of Tourism. This will draw tens of thousands of visitors. Please be sure your sugarhouses are reasonably clean.

    Later in 2016, we will revamp all the advertising to prominently feature our new membership sign, as in, "Look For This Sign," etc. Anyone interested in having their operation featured, or would like to host any of the high profile events, please contact the Association via the website.
    Bruce Treat
    750 Sugar Maple Taps
    5/16 & 3/16 w/ .225 Spiles
    H2O Innovation RO
    2X6 Grimm w/ Preheater & Blower
    Bow, New Hampshire

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    I'm hoping for a good turn out. I've got my sign hung, my sugarhouse clean and all of the value added products made. I also have 1000 gallons of sap to boil too. I'll probably be busy all day but right now I think I am in pretty good shape.
    Russ

    "Red Roof Maples" Where the term "boiling soda" was first introduced to the maple producing world!

    Algier 2x6 evaporator, W F Mason arch
    Lapierre 250 Turbo RO machine
    SP-22 vacuum pump
    1930 Ford Model AA Doodlebug tractor
    1971 IH 454 52hp diesel tractor
    A couple of Honda 4 wheelers
    About a dozen chainsaws and no chickens

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    Default Salisbury Sugarworks

    Parker Rowe of Salisbury Sugarworks with his sign and 30 serious cords awaiting Mighty Marvin's command.


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    Bruce Treat
    750 Sugar Maple Taps
    5/16 & 3/16 w/ .225 Spiles
    H2O Innovation RO
    2X6 Grimm w/ Preheater & Blower
    Bow, New Hampshire

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