Regional Maple Associations

The NYS Maple Producer’s Association, Inc. has seven member regional associations that divide NYS geographically.  If you are a member of the state association, you are automatically a member of one of the seven regions.  Unless you specify that you want membership within a different region, your region is determined by the county of your mailing address as shown in the table below.  If you prefer to have a different “home region” you just need to notify one of the officers of the state association.

The seven regions have their own executive officers, hold meetings in the regional area, and elect delegates to the state association board. This delegate board sets the policies for the state association.  The regions all are independent entities with their own bylaws and treasuries.

The seven regions and the counties within them are:

 

Northeast New York Maple Producers’ Association:  Franklin, Clinton & Essex

President: Scott St. Mary, 518-593-3688
Vice President: Michael Parker, 518-420-4497
Treasurer: Dean Lashway, 518-593-1434
Secretary: Joy Herfurth, 518-569-5146
State Directors: Scott St. Mary, 518-593-3688 & Joy Herfurth, 518-569-5146
Alternate: Michael Farrell, 518-637-7000 & Michael Parker, 518-420-4497

 

St. Lawrence Association: St. Lawrence

President: Gavin Mackellar, 315-244-5256
Vice President: Douglas Thompson, 315-287-0024
Treasurer: Linda Newcombe, 315-276-5637
Secretary: Michael Kenny, 315-322-5535
State Directors: Douglas Thompson, 315-287-0024 & Hugh Newton, 315-261-3051
Alternate: Edward Newcombe, 315-276-5636 & Gavin Mackellar, 315-244-5256

Lewis County Maple Producers’ Association:  Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego, Oneida, Upper Herkimer

President: Jake Moser, 315-486-7933
Vice President: Steven Rogers, 315-232-2825
Treasurer:  Shawn Massey, 315-783-5586
Secretary: Leroy Burnham, 315-767-2845
State Directors: Haskell Yancey, Jr., 315-346-6356, & Nadeen Lyndaker, 315-586-3107

 

Upper Hudson Maple Producers’ Association:  Hamilton, Warren, Fulton, Saratoga, Washington, Rensselaer, Columbia

President: David Campbell, 518-854-7669
Vice President: Michael Bennett, 518-222-4990
Treasurer: Peter Gregg, 518-692-2204
Secretary: Paul Ruger, 518-217-2826
State Directors: Michael Grottoli, 518-642-2856 & Michael Bennett, 518-222-4990
Alternates: Randy Galusha, 518-744-7917 & Kevin Keyes, 518-854-3955

Catskill Maple Producers’ Association: Westchester, Putnam, Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, Sullivan, Greene, Delaware, Ulster, Schoharie, Albany, Otsego, Schenectady, Montgomery, Lower Herkimer

President: Dwayne Hill, 607-437-6942
Vice President: Thomas Kaufman, 607-746-6215
Treasurer: Inge Loft, 607-638-9393
Secretary: Erica Welch, 518-605-2891
State Directors: Tony Van Glad, 607-267-3412 & Dwayne Hill, 607-437-6942
Alternates: Chris Welch, 518-424-4411 & Mark Soukup, 845-264-3137

 

Central New York Maple Producers’ Association:  Broome, Tioga, Chemung, Schuyler, Tompkins, Cortland, Chenango, Seneca, Cayuga, Madison, Onondaga

President: Michael Blachek, 607-239-5636
Vice President: Josh Ensign, 315-484-3319
Treasurer: Judy Benjamin
Secretary: Sylvia Boice, 607-849-6689
State Directors: Karl Wiles, 315-559-7630 & Don Weed, 315-730-3967
Alternate: Nathan Williams, 315-657-8116 &  John Robinson, Jr., 607-423-7538

Western New York Maple Producers’ Association:  Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, Wayne, Erie, Genesee, Wyoming, Livingston, Ontario, Yates, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany, Steuben

9President: Greg Zimpfer, 585-591-1190
Vice President: Robert Wright, 716-474-7474
Treasurer: Lyle Merle, 585-794-3824
Secretary: Bill Moore, 716-492-2714
State Directors: Eric Randall, 585-356-1420 & Greg Zimpfer, 585-591-1190
Alternates: Gordon Putnam, 585-322-5507 & David Schiek, 315-730-0926

 

Unassigned counties are those on Long Island and in the metropolitan area of New York City: so far we know of no maple producers in these areas.

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