His son Leon Grant (along with family & friends) continued the tradition in the late 30’s & 40’s, our records show that they made 200 to 300 gallons of syrup a year. Then, Leon’s grandsons took over the sugaring operation in the 70’s.
By year 2000 the sugar house was in desperate need of remodeling, so the family got together with friends and took the old sugar house down and rebuilt an exact replica of the original. This sugar house is equipped with some of the latest and state of the art equipment money can buy. We retired the buckets, and have one of the most sophisticated tubing systems in the area. The system we have designed lets the trees give us all the sweet sap they have to offer. We make hundreds of gallons of maple syrup each year for you to enjoy.