Farm Blog

Harvesting Spinach

Harvesting spinach in our high tunnels and arugula in our greenhouse. Processing, drying and packing.                              

Farmers Market Season is Almost Here!

Get ready to fill your fridge with all the organic, farm-fresh produce the local area has to offer. Wozupi Tribal Gardens’ first farmers market kicks off on May 25 at Mazopiya, and will play host to an ever-changing array of vegetables, fruit, maple syrup, honey, and eggs all summer long. After the opening market, swing… Read More

Saying Goodbye to the 2017 Sugaring Season

Maple Syrup

Another successful sugaring season has come to an end! Our 2017 haul ended when the sugar maples began to bud, which causes the release of an enzyme that spoils the flavor of our syrup. The two-month long season produced 400 gallons of maple syrup with over 20,000 gallons of sap hauled to our sugar shack… Read More

Students Tap into Farm Life

Maple Syrup

Grade school students of Jeffers Pond Elementary School got a taste of life on the farm last month at Wozupi. They collected more than 140 gallons of maple sap over five weeks, then hauled the sap to our boiling shed to be turned into pure maple syrup. The learning continued when more than 200 kindergarteners… Read More

Sweetness Comes Early to
Maple Trees

Maple Tree Tapping

Prepare your appetite—fresh maple syrup has arrived! Spring is looking extra sweet around the farm as we dive into an early season of maple syrup tapping. Our classes have filled up quickly, but it’s never too late to stock your pantry or learn about the tapping process. Maple syrup season is dependent on Mother Nature’s… Read More