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March is for Maple

It may be too cold for sap to flow right now, but as daytime temperatures climb we'll be entering into the traditional start of the maple sugaring season in Vermont. At DigInVT, over the month of March we'll be providing lots of information for exploring Vermont's signature flavor. If you're new to real maple syrup then you're coming to the right state to try some. And even if you've lived in Vermont all your life, there's always something new to discover. Here are some examples of what's happening:

March 22nd and 23rd is the annual Maple Open House weekend at sugarhouses across Vermont. To find out specific events during the weekend happening near you visit the Vermont Maple Sugar Makers Association website.

The Vermont Department of Tourism has put together some weekend ideas through their themed vacation packages, check out the list of maple options.

Or how about staying in and experimenting with maple in your own kitchen? In our post Spotlight on Maple Vermont Fresh Network chefs share their favorite recipes, the Maximum Maple Overload class menu gives creative ideas for using maple, and this post on Rail Dog introduces a new kind of maple spirit.

We'll be adding more blog posts with maple recipes, events and place profiles over the course of the month, and sharing maple news on Twitter (@DigInVT) and Facebook. Follow along and explore Vermont maple!

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