The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority

Maple Syrup Season

Something Sweet at the Tiffin Centre

Maple syrup has been a staple of NVCA and the Tiffin Centre for decades. Our team of volunteers collect sap from our own maple trees, then boil and evaporate it down into delicious syrup right here at the Tiffin Centre for Conservation. 

Every spring, NVCA hosts a variety of maple syrup based activities and 2024 is no different. We invite you to join us this maple syrup season to experience how this quintessential syrup is made, from tap to table. 

Children who attend March Break Camp Tiffin also experience the sugar shack, sample Tiffin-made maple syrup and learn about historic and modern methods of maple syrup production.

Buy some Tiffin Maple Syrup? Check out our store!

Making Maple Syrup at the Tiffin Centre for Conservation in 1985

Throughout the month of March, Schools can book tours through our Environmental Education Program. Students will learn about Indigenous, Pioneer, and modern methods of producing maple syrup.    

Wondering what to do with your kids this March Break? Come to the Tiffin Centre for Conservation to learn about the creatures that inhabit our area and how Maple Syrup is made.  

The Spring Tonic Festival is our annual celebration of everything Spring! Join us at the Tiffin Centre for Conservation on April 6th and 7th for tours, activities and treats to celebrate the season. 

Maple Syrup season wouldn’t be complete without an opportunity to take some home to share. Our staff have been hard at work tapping, boiling and bottling our own maple syrup just for you.  

We welcome the opportunity to give tours to the many programs and organizations in our community. Looking for a unique outdoors adventure for your group? Get in touch and book your tour today.  

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