Find A Sugarhouse

If you have a sugarhouse and want it to be listed, please click here to register. If you are a current member looking to renew your membership, please complete the following:

  1. Find your sugarhouse in the directory and click on the title to open your listing.
  2. Below your contact information click on the orange “Claim this Listing” button.
  3. Create a username and enter your address to register.
  4. The next screen will allow you to add a comment with some information on your site and select your one year subscription. When finished, please click the “Next step” button.
  5. At this point you can select either a one-time payment (One Time) or recurring payment (Per Year) as well as a manual, PayPal or credit card payment. If you select a manual payment, you will need to fill out this form and send it with your check payment.
  6. You will receive an email confirming your registration and asking you to set a password. By logging in, you are able to edit information on your sugarhouse, add a description as well as photos. Once approved by the NHMPA, these will appear live on the site.

If you have already claimed your sugarhouse using the “Rest of 2016” option, please complete the following:

  1. Log into your account at https://www.nhmapleproducers.com/my-account/
  2. Visit the Dashboard page (http://www.nhmapleproducers.com/directory-dashboard/)
  3. On the far right click on the box with the downward facing arrow and gear and select the Renew Listing option. This will allow you to complete a one-time or recurring payment.

If you run into any problems, please send an email to sarah@mod-spot.com for support.

You may also download and mail in your application using this form.

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3 Hop Kiln Road, Bow, NH, United States
1-99 Hop Kiln Road Bow New Hampshire 03304 US

Treats Sugarhouse has five small maple orchards totaling 700 taps. It is one of few operations to only tap sugar maples. No red maple sap is collected. The maple sap is harvested during late winter through early spring, with peak flow always occurring close to the spring equinox. The sugar maples are tapped with the smallest diameter tap available and connected to gravity and natural vacuum tubing systems that carry to the sap to field tanks. The sap is collected and processed every day it runs. It is filtered and concentrated via reverse osmosis before being boiled down to maple syrup on a wood fired evaporator. Visitors are always welcome for a hands on experience of any phase of the operation.

Contact Name:
Bruce C Treat
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