Uihlein Maple Research Forest Syrup
Maple and birch syrup produced at the Uihlein Sugar Maple Field Station in Lake Placid, NY are sold as a means of supporting our maple and agroforestry research and education efforts. Maple and birch syrup is available for purchase from our store at 157 Bear Cub Lane, Lake Placid, New York, 12946. Contact us at: 518-523-9337 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you be interested in making a tax-deductible donation, please go to https://giving.cornell.edu/waystogive/ and note that your gift is to support Cornell’s Uihlein Maple Research Forest.
We require a minimum purchase of $250 for orders of maple syrup to be shipped. If you would like to place an order please e-mail email@example.com with a list of what you would like and where it will be shipped. We will send you an invoice and ship your order after we receive payment by check. Prices are below but please not that we will only ship orders totaling $250 or more and shipped to one location. Prices and availability are subject to change and shipping costs are included for addresses in the contiguous United States. Discounts may be available for bulk orders long term purchase contracts.
1 Pint maple syrup – $20 ea
1 Quart maple syrup – $30 ea
1/2 Gallon maple syrup – $45 ea
1 Gallon maple syrup – $70 ea
Birch syrup: glass gift bottles (125ml) $18 each, inquire about larger size containers
Specialty Maple Lumber
The Uihlein Forest also supplies woodworkers and customers with specialty maple lumber. Taphole lumber is a culturally rich product milled from tapped sugar maples that have reached the end of their life. This lumber beautifully preserves the memory of the past sugarmakers through the color and arrangement of a century of tap holes. Tapholes can be left open in the final product or filled with epoxy for a smooth surface. We offer custom cut taphole lumber and intact sawlogs. Please contact us at 518-523-9337 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about purchasing taphole lumber.
The Uihlein Forest has been supplying maple producers with seedlings of high sugar content sugar maples. These seedlings are the hand-picked progeny of trees selected from across the northeastern US in the 1960’s for their high sap sugar content. Seedlings are available for purchase from Forrest Keeling Nursery: http://www.fknursery.com