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  • Murray's Maple Syrup
  • Murray's Maple Syrup
  • Murray's Maple Syrup
  • Murray's Maple Syrup
  • Murray's Maple Syrup

Murray's Maple Syrup

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Our craft Maple Syrup made at Murray's Sugarbush. Our sugarbush was named in memory of Murray Campbell; co-founder of Campbell's Orchards. The sugarbush is located at the orchard in Prince Edward County, Ontario

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Murray's Sugarbush was founded in 2018 by Colin and John Campbell (son) after discovering a passion for making Maple Syrup. Their friends Lynn and Jim Powell have been with them since the start and are a major part in producing the syrup every year. Murray's Sugarbush was named after Colin's father Murray, who founded Campbell's Orchards with his wife June in 1969. Murray purchased the orchard in 1967 and developed the orchard into a local farm market to produce directly to the local community. Among his plans was to eventually develop the farm's overgrown hillside into a sugarbush. Thick with underbrush, the hillside was not fit to produce syrup. So Murray and his friend Al McPherson began cutting out the brush and red cedar trees to make space for the young maples. Although major progress was made on the hillside, Murray's plans did not come to fruition due to an early death in 1978. In 2010, Colin and John began clearing out the hillside once again, almost continuing where Murray left off; albeit much of the undergrowth had grown back. After 8 years of labor intensive brush clearing, the hillside was finally ready for sap production. A dream finally realized, Colin and John thought it was prophetic to name the sugarbush in honour of Murray. Today Murray's Sugarbush consists of over 200 taps and recently acquired a beautiful new Dominion and Grimm evaporator to produce the highest quality maple syrup. We know Murray would be very proud of their efforts. 

For more information and pictures of the sugarbush, follow @murrays.sugarbush on instagram! 

 

 

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