Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — The Wolfs expect to make as much as 200 gallons this season. The production depends on the weather. The producers like weather like what’s expected this week.
“As long as it freezes and thaws we’ll keep making more,” Heidi said.
“We’re halfway through the season, I hope to do more,” Terry Laubisch said, noting the blast of summer-like weather that prematurely curtailed the 2012 maple season a year ago. “We were all done last year, traditionally we can go into April.”