Some of the finest maple syrup Vermont has to offer comes from our mountainside sugar maple trees.

Green’s Sugarhouse is nestled in Finel Hollow, Poultney, Vermont, where our ancestors settled in 1774. The tradition of maple sugaring has been passed down through our family for six generations.

Rich Green has been around maple sugaring his entire life. Starting out as a young boy, working on his grandfather’s farm in Castleton, Vermont, he soon realized that he wanted to continue in this family tradition. Moving to Charlotte, Vermont, Rich and his wife, Pam, decided to build their own small sugar house. And in 1982, they moved to Rich’s family homestead of Poultney, Vermont, and began to build the present Greens Maple Sugarhouse. The farm grew over the years, and with the help of their two sons, Jason and Justin, it  became one of the larger maple sugaring operations in the area.

Today, Rich and Pam continue the tradition together with their two beagles, Tapper and Ellie, who are always happy to greet visitors at the sugarhouse!