TERI & Mike
The Heart of Sugar Creek Maple Farm
Teri & Mike took our family hobby and turned it into a successful business. They are the driving force behind the products and brand you see today.
While Mike married into the family it is his passion for making maple that drives the rest of us. He loves to teach others about the maple making process and is fondly known as "Maple Mike" in many classrooms around Broome County. Mike can often be found on his John Deere no matter what time of year. He spends countless hours chopping wood, checking lines, reading about the latest technology, and is our quality control expert.
Teri ensures that everything is running smoothly. She will greet you with a smile when you stop in for some syrup, stack wood with the best of us, and runs the evaporator like a pro. She hand makes most tags you will find on our products and does, well..., just about everything.
Dave & CIndy
Sales & Support Team
Dave and Cindy live in New Hampshire and are key members of our sales and support team. Dave grew up makin' maple and will help out in the sugar bush whenever he can. Cindy has not only learned the business inside and out, and can step in wherever needed, but has also become our maple recipe expert.
Linda & Jeff
Communications and Right Hand Man
Linda also grew up in the sugar bush and happily helps in the sugar house when she can. You will find her at some of the fairs shows that we attend, but most of the time you can find her behind her computer managing our website and social media. Jeff started learning the maple business 6 years ago when he married Linda. He has been a diligent protege to Mike, has become an imporant part of our maple making process, and loves everything about it.
Matt, Laura, Paul & raiden
Family Support Team & Sugar Bush Helpers
While Matt, Laura and family live in Maryland they are part of our sales team. They often travel to New York to join us in the sugarbush on weekends during sugaring season. Paul absolutely loves everything about our family business and soaks in everything he can when he's visiting. As an tween there isn't much about our family business that he can't do.