When March comes around, it is time for maple syruping at Warner! Come out with your group to share this unique experience as we learn about the only sugar native to North America.
We will learn about the process of making the tasty treat and maple syruping history. Hike through our sugar bush, see how sap is refined into syrup, and taste the difference between real syrup and commercial artificial syrups on this naturalist-led program.
Note: There is a short seasonal window when maple syruping is possible. This program is only available in March.
$84 per group of 12 or fewer for an hour and a half program. Groups with more than 12 participants pay an additional $7 per person.
Contact our Outreach Naturalist at firstname.lastname@example.org or (651) 433-2427 ext. 13 for more information or to book a date.
Cancellation policy: Cancellation more than 1 week prior to party, charged $30 processing fee. Cancellation 2-6 days prior to program, charged 50% of program fee. Day before cancellation or no show, charged for full program fee.