The maple tree is far older than Canada, the country whose flag bears its leaf.
It’s a symbol recognized around the world, with roots buried deep in our history.
For centuries, each spring has brought the maple moon, and with it, the harvest of nature’s sweet tree sap.
It’s a tradition shared by the many peoples of the Wabanaki Confederacy; Wolastoqiyik, Mi’kmaq, Penobscot, Abenaki, and Passamaquoddy.
Harvested, boiled and refined with techniques dating back generations, our barrel-aged maple syrup is a taste of our land’s cultural fabric.
We’re inspired to share more than just this piece of our culture and are excited to launch a new initiative to help our communities reconnect with our vibrant indigenous history.
Celebrating indigenous culture, values, and history: We’re proud to have many stories, traditions, and foods to share. Our history continues to be written.
Supporting indigenous-owned businesses: Working with each other and across communities to drive economic growth.
Encouraging and supporting female entrepreneurs: Educating, empowering and sponsoring female entrepreneurs trying to achieve their ambitions.
- Realizing indigenous community initiatives