Old Pound Road Sugar House was started by forester Charlie Levesque in 2003 after Charlie had been making maple products at other locations for almost 15 years. The sugar house design, all made from locally sawed lumber, was intended to have an old-time feel with a modern facade that evokes something spiritual as a result of custom glass panels made by a local glass artist. The setting is intimate, and with partner son Galen Kilbride taking on a stronger role in the operations in recent years, a family atmosphere. Son Ben Kilbride also helps some and mom Noreen Kilbride is behind the scenes making the sugar-makers lives easier during the busy sugaring season from February to early April. Below are some of the many scenes of the Old Pound Road Sugar House season.





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