The sugar camp project is ambitious, and it also maintains a community spirit. It ensures that the Micmac Nation of Gespeg can contribute to the local food supply for its members and for the population of Gaspé, in addition to adding a tourist offer and creating good, captivating jobs in the heart of nature.
The involvement and passion of our team makes all the difference in the success of this project.
Without them, this tasty project would not have seen the light of day.
Director of Forestry
Justin is the head of the forestry department, he participates in the planning of the silvicultural development of the maple grove, the management of the personnel and the management of the purchases of production equipment.
Maple grove coordinator
Claudie is in charge of marketing, product development and sales for our maple project.
Yvan Gagnon Forest engineerYvan is our forest engineer, he is in charge of the ecosystem maintenance of the maple grove and the coordination with government authorities, as much as he is the one who imagined this major maple syrup project.
Responsible for the sugar bush and maple production.
Frédérique is responsible for the proper functioning of the sugar bush equipment and the maintenance of the lines in addition to the quality of our maple syrup.
Maple production and processing worker
In addition to being part of the production team, Stéphane is our manager of bottling and transformation of maple-derived products.
Forestry Worker Foreman
Martin is the team leader of our lumberjack team. He ensures the smooth running of sugar bush development operations, safety on construction sites and all the many unforeseen events.
Eugide is one of our loggers dedicated to the development of the maple grove. He works hard to clear stands to promote maple while respecting the ecosystem of the sugar bush.
Like his father, Dave is a lumberjack for the development of the maple grove and the maintenance of the ecosystem.