Engaging and Sharing

Focus on Sharing

We provide farm tours and open houses, off-site presentations, and welcoming others to the Farm who share these values.

Springboro Tree Farms

35 Acres

Nestled on the banks of the Tippecanoe River in White County

Making a difference

In the lives of others

The monetary value of our products (honey, maple syrup, apples, cider, etc.) is donated support the programs of not-for-profits

Springboro Tree Farms is a 37 acre managed woodland and the 2021 State winner of the Indiana Forestry and Woodland Owners Association’s annual Charles Deam Forestry Stewardship award.

We are also pleased to be an FSC Green Certified woodland within the Forest Stewardship Council’s efforts to promote environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forests.

Depending on the season, we produce small quantities of maple syrup, honey, apples and Christmas trees…the bulk of which are donated to worthy causes. For a fun overview of the Farm, click here for an ARTICLE about Springboro Tree Farms published in the January 2022 issue of New Holland Agriculture magazine ACRES.

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Current News: Just as we wrapped up the maple syrup season in March/April we moved directly into the bees.

Mid June we worked through our first honey harvest resulting in 35 gallons of some fantastic honey. We will do a larger second (and final) honey harvest in August. We are also just beginning to work through a fairly comprehensive update on the evaporator and RO equipment we use for our sugaring work. Watch this space and follow along on Facebook for more on this as it unfolds this summer. There’s always something going on at Springboro Tree Farms.

 “Enjoy the Sweet Life” and stay tuned to what’s happening and when!

Explore The Farm

Take a look around the farm through the seasons.

From time to time we’ll post new articles in this section that go into a bit more detail on what we’re learning and the decisions we’re making. For example: why do we drive a blue tractor?


Our Mission

Living third, engaging, sharing and making a difference in the lives of others.

We enjoy sharing (and learning) with others about sugaring (maple syrup), beekeeping, apple orchard management and all manner of forestry interests…from maintaining a health woodland to pond management.