Tapping maple trees in our wild forests helps preserve these ecosystems, protecting them from deforestation.
Our sustainable process ensures tree health and longevity, capturing 25 kg of CO2 annually per tree to combat climate change.
A seven-woman crew aboard the sailboat Ecomaris embarked on a three-week expedition to study plastic pollution and witness climate change while cleaning the St. Lawrence River's banks. They noted in their logbook, "Reducing plastic consumption at the source is worth it," envisioning positive changes if all institutions united to protect the river.
During Ocean Week, we partnered with Organisation Bleue that organize different shoreline cleaning across Quebec.
We also organize a 5 km plogging run in Old Quebec by the Saint-Lawrence river to clean-up and raise money for Organisation Bleue mission.
Maple water is a natural way to have premium hydration. It contains 46 bioactive nutrients.