The Solin family settled their farm in the summer of 1917. Jeremy grew up there, and still considers the land "home." Making maple syrup is a spring ritual that keeps them connected to the land and their family. Maple syrup making is a family and community process. On any day, you can find 3 generations of Solins in the woods and in the sugarshack.
Jeremy & Abi Solin's children are the 5th generation on the land, and they hope to be able to care for it for generations to come. They are stewards of the forest, and the health and well-being of the ecosystem is foremost in the decisions they make. Through purchasing Tapped Maple Syrup, you become part of their forests as well, helping to sustain them and the maple sap they share with us.