Welcome to Nebraska Knoll Sugar Farm

Each spring since 1980 we, the Coty family, have tapped sugar maple trees in the foothills of Mt. Mansfield. The mountainside sugarbush slopes up from Nebraska Valley in Stowe, Vermont, six miles from the village and part of the scenic view from Trapp Meadow.

Visitors are welcome year-round (all-wheel drive recommended in winter). Our retail room features maple products for sale at sugarhouse prices and a display of photos and artifacts.

3/21/18  NO VISITORS' BOILING HOURS TODAY. It's STILL too cold for the sap to run. Open 10-5 for sugarhouse sales.

DRIVEWAY CONDITIONS  3/21/18: Packed snow.  All-wheel drive and snow tires essential.

UPCOMING EVENT: Vermont Maple Open House Weekend
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, March 24th - 25th, 10am-4pm
WHERE: At the sugarhouse
WHAT: Sugar-on-snow with pickles (no charge)
             Coffee and doughnuts
             Ongoing tours
             Snowshoe woods walk 11am and 2pm if there is interest. Bring your own snowshoes.
             Boiling if weather permits (unlikely)

WHO TO BRING: Children, grandchildren, parents, aunts, uncles, neighbors, friends
PARKING: At the sugarhouse or at the bottom of Falls Brook Lane and walk up


Maple sugaring comes with the territory here in northern Vermont. The Nebraska Knoll "terroir" - the unique quality of our syrup - derives from the soil, the weather on the knoll, and the blend of traditional and modern practices particular to the Coty style of sugarmaking.

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