Please join us at the summer meeting on Saturday, August 14 at the Shaker Village in Canterbury. The Village is one of NH’s most iconic and historic properties, so we hope you can join us.
Registration will include a boxed lunch and the Innovations and Inventions tour from a member of the Shaker staff. The Shakers were pioneers in developing seeds, medicines, furniture, textiles, and labor-saving inventions, and their innovations shine a light on integral elements of their daily life. The Innovations & Inventions Tour examines the Shakers’ approach of experimenting, failing, and trying all over again and how that attitude influenced their dedication to quality, autonomy, shared knowledge, and community values. Through these explorations, we will also consider how their numerous/countless innovations are relevant today.
There is still time, but it’s running out – you have until August 8 to get tickets! Click here to register now!
If you want to pay at the door, contact Sue Folsom to be put on the list. Click here to download the registration form..
The NHMPA Board will meet this Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 7pm. If you want to attend the meeting, send an email to be included in the meeting invitation.
YOU COULD WIN $200 – IMSI PHOTO CONTEST
Greetings all, the IMSI is looking for beautiful images! Share them and you could win $200!
Show us the recipes you make, photos of sugaring and your special products, or maybe a spectacular photo of a maple forest or your sugar house. We want to share the pure maple brand, including products or events.
Please send your pics to [email protected].
Your photos could be featured on our Facebook page or in our Instagram feed – we will advise you and get your consent in advance.
You can also send us your maple stories (anytime) with photos if you want to be featured in a post – we’d love to feature our maple community.
Contest entries will be accepted until July 31. Contest ends July 31. One prize winner will be selected by a panel of judges.
March is prime maple-sugaring time, creating the best conditions for local producers and hobbyists to collect sap and turn it into the New England staple. This month, producers are opening the doors to their sugarhouses to give interested residents a peek at the process.
CONCORD, N.H. — The NH Dept of Agriculture, Markets & Food launched a new maple season social media advertising campaign on March 1. The new campaign on Facebook and Instagram, features a short video and a link for further information and will run for the entire month, coinciding with NHMPA’s Maple Month celebration.
The maple ads have drawn a lot of attention showing over 115,000 video views, so far, with 80% “click-throughs” to the attached link for more information. The ad is linked to the NH Maple Producers Association website for the most comprehensive list of NH sugarhouses.