Sap to Syrup is an informative, educational, and instructive DVD that takes viewers to Prince Edward Island where the Wood family will take you step-by-step through their maple syrup operation, from tree-tapping to pancake-sprinkling. Watch as they harvest their first crop of the year and turn a forest of snow-smothered trees into a festival of sweetness. You’ll also learn maple sugaring history, from North American natives to modern day operations, and visit three additional maple syrup operations.

Whether you have 1 maple tree or 1000, or are just curious to know how maple syrup is made, watch Sap to Syrup where you will learn:

  • How to identify maple trees
  • What equipment to use
  • How evaporation works
  • How to can maple syrup
  • And, of course, how to make taffy

Great for the whole family, “Sap to Syrup” is sure to inspire your family to tap trees and make maple syrup together. Filmed on Maple Wood Farm, Freetown, Prince Edward Island



The Wood Family
Maple Wood Farm
PEI, Canada
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