Tapping Into Our Maple Syrup Economy

Developing commercial maple syrup production                                              in and around Iron County, Wisconsin 

Many in and around Iron County enjoy making maple syrup to share with families and friends, but how many of us have thought about the next step towards developing a maple syrup economy?

Join the growing conversation to explore how we can engage this abundant (and delicious) natural resources to expand local economies!


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Join the email list and you will receive periodic updates about commercial maple syrup programs and projects happening in and around Iron County, Wisconsin.

Upcoming Events:

Wisconsin Winter Maple Institute and Trade Show in Marshfield, WI
Friday, January 10 and Saturday, January 11, 2020
The Wisconsin Maple Syrup Producers Association is again hosting the Wisconsin Winter Maple Institute and Trade Show at Hotel Marshfield!  Events include featured speakers, breakout sessions, a one day maple grading school, silent auction and of course the trade show!

Tapped Maple Syrup 101, Dinner and Speaker Presentation at Treehaven in Tomahawk, WI
Thursday, January 30, 2020     Doors open at 5pm, dinner at 6pm and speaker at 7pm.
“Get ready for spring by learning about and tasting maple syrup! The presentation will focus on the maple syrup process from forest to bottle and the unique approach that Tapped Maple Syrup takes in producing and marketing maple syrup. Samples will be provided! Jeremy Solin has been making maple syrup his whole life on land that’s been in his family for 5 generations. He and his wife, Abi, co-own Tapped Maple Syrup, which focuses on value-added maple syrup products and events.”

Other Commercial Maple Syrup Resources:

Click on the icons below to be directed to these supplier websites.
Copies of 2019 catalogs are available to peruse in our Extension Iron County office.



Midwest Maple Supply



Tapping Into Our Maple Syrup Economy is a multidisciplinary effort lead by Extension Iron County’s Community Development Educator Amy Nosal and Agriculture Educator Darrin Kimbler, in collaboration with many community partners.