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March and April is maple syrup season in Hastings County. It is a wonderful time to get out and experience the renewal of early spring when the days are getting longer, the light is getting stronger and the sap  is rising in the maple trees.
The Spring season is soon approaching and with it comes the delicious maple syrup season and the joys of being outdoors.  Harvest Hastings, in partnership with Hastings County, wants to let people know about the opportunities here in our own backyard through out March and early April 
Harvest Hastings asks, as the weather begins to warm, why not celebrate the season by visiting your local maple syrup producers and embark on a sugar bush tour and horse-drawn sleigh ride or enjoy a pancake breakfast hosted by a local organization and take a walk on one of the many trails throughout Hastings County?
Throughout March and April, a collection of Harvest Hastings members who are involved in maple syrup production will be highlighted, along with the many additional activities and events that compliment the season.
Pancake Breakfasts 
Heart of Hastings Hospice Fund Raiser Pancake Breakfast at Trinity United church, Madoc, March 24, 8 a.m. Р12 noon.
Palmateer Pancake Breakfast, Tweed.
Frink Maple Fest, March 18, 11 a.m. Р3 p.m.
Dungannon Mud Bog,  April 28
Sugar bushes and sugar houses: Please remember to call before to come to make sure there is someone to show you around
Trillium Ridge Sugarworks
Eldoro Gold Sugar House
O’Hara Sugar Maples
S. and G. Sap House
Apple Gates Orchard
Friendly Acres
Brian and Jackie Denyses
Dennis Harry
McEwan Maple
Ron and Tracey Derry 
Janice Tiessen and Rick Hemmings
Sleigh Rides


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A Bushel and a Peck of Local Love

A Bushel And A Peck (Of Local Love)

    The “Winter Edition,” features 10 members and up to 15 different products (and more!). Meat, jam, garlic, potatoes, honey, tallow


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