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In the News

  • Concord Insider, March 1, 2016

  • Concord Insider, April 28, 2015

  • Senator Jeanne Shaheen visit, March 2014

  • Concord Insider, April, 2014

  • Reed Davis Photography Blog, April, 2013

  • Concord Monitor February 2012

  • The Maple News May/June 2010

  • Concord Monitor March 30, 2010

  • Concord Insider March 31, 2008



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    No, You're Not Seeing Things...
    You may have noticed on this site or in these articles that we seem to have two names.  In 2007 we made a change from Maple Lane Products to Mapletree Farm in order to more accurately represent both our land and our mission.

    In 1981-1982 Dean planted two hundred extra-sweet maple tree "whips" obtained from the Vermont Forestry Research Lab in Essex Junction, VT.  Over the years these sugar maples have matured, creating the orchards he had planned.  We chose our new name, Mapletree Farm, to reflect the fact that we are a certified Tree Farm specializing in growing sugar maples.  According to our supervising forester, this is the only planted maple tree farm in NH.