About Sapsquatch

Located 8 miles from downtown Ithaca in Enfield NY, Sapsquatch is a is a small-scale community supported sugarbush with about 500 taps producing small-batch wood fired maple syrup.  We also offer educational events and work trade experiences on the farm.

Josh Dolan founded Sapsquatch in 2008.  He learned the fine art of sugarmaking in his home town of Pulteney, NY while working for old-timer Bill Garrison in 2002 and has been dedicated to maple syrup ever since.  Josh has worked in organic agriculture and was the local foods specialist at the ABC Cafe in Ithaca from 2003-2009.  Josh currently works at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County as the community food gardening educator for a project called Gardens 4 Humanity.

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