What words come to mind when you think of maple syrup? Think birdier than "sticky" and "delicious" -- how about "bright red" and "full of song"?
Maple products come from forests managed in very different ways. By purchasing Bird-Friendly Maple syrup, you are supporting producers who are committed to managing their forests in ways that benefit an incredible variety of nesting songbirds, including Scarlet Tanagers, Wood Thrushes, and Veeries.
Look for the Maple Managed for Birds label the next time you buy maple syrup! If you really want the perfect breakfast, sip on some Bird-Friendly Coffee too!
Bird-Friendly Maple Producers
|Boulderfield Farms||Brant Lake||Steve and Sara Mullinsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fairbanks Maple||Forestville||Megan Macintyreemail@example.com||Facebook: @FairbanksMaple|
|Giffin Road Maple||Canton||Ian and Becky MacKellarfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Home Farm Maple||Amenia||
|email@example.com||Instagram : @HomeFarmMapleSyrup|
Honeybee Hill Natural Sweeteners
Mike and Jessica Kehn
|Mapleland Farms||Salem||Mary Jeanne Packerfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.maplelandfarms.com|
|Sapwood Farms||Dryden||Sean Carteremail@example.com||www.getsapwood.com|
|Sunnyhill Farm||Arcade||Norm Ameis||Nameis1964@gmail.com|
|Uihlein Maple Research Forest||Lake Placid||Adam Wild||Adw94@cornell.edu||Uihlein Maple Research Forest | Cornell Maple Program|