Did You Know:
Northeast Ohio is a major commercial producer of maple sugar due to its prime weather conditions. Most commercial sugaring operations collect sap through interconnected plastic tubing attached to the maple trees, and the maple-sugaring season typically lasts four to six weeks.
Every year beginning in February and lasting through April, Ohio’s Maple Syrup begins to flow and the pancake festivals begin.
Keep up to date on the year’s current events by clicking here.