Maine Maple Weekend may be on hold, but you don’t have to miss out on your sweet treats

Updated: Jul 18

Limerick, Maine - With over 400 taps flowing, Nicholas and Abigail Storer of Hidden Roots Farm have been working hard all season to process sap in their wood-fired sugar house. Like most sugar houses, they offer a variety of syrup, candy, and other maple items for sale during the annual Maine Maple Sunday Weekend®. With the news of the postponement of the annual event due to concerns over COVID-19, they decided they were going to find a way to keep their loyal customers happy and safe.


“Our website was already in the works, and we knew that adding online ordering was a must,” said Abigail “people love touring the sugar houses across the state, and we didn’t want to skip the tradition, so we are also offering free virtual tours on our website - virtual maple tours.”


Abigail and Nick, who also owns and operates Stone Hill Landscaping, started Hidden Roots Maple Farm in 2014 with just 20 buckets and have since grown to over 400 with the help of family and friends. A small family-owned & operated Maple Farm, they are located at 28 Tufts Lane, Limerick, Maine. Just off of Doles Ridge Road on the Limington-Limerick town line. The Tufts Farm is approximately 220 years old.


Customers looking for maple products can order online and have them shipped to their door. Hidden Roots Farm plans to offer their products for sale via their website all year long, and will be keeping their fans updated about future events.


Visit www.hiddenrootsmaple.com for more information.


By: Cristina Forsyth