Roch Fortin, a 32 year veteran Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer was stationed in Northern New Brunswick Canada as District Officer. The topography and harsh conditions shaped the history and heart of the people that cultivated the Atlantic land and sea. The residents of Northern New Brunswick learned to be resourceful. The families were determined to forge a living handed down with pride from generation to generation, by instilling the importance of hard work and, tradition. This made a lasting impression on Roch, and he made as much an impression on the residents as they had made on him. He was witness to the maple craftsmen that disciplined the land. He was impressed by their passion, technique, attention to purity and tradition. For several years Roch worked and lived side by side with the people of North New Brunswick until his retirement. At his retirement farewell, he made a promise to help the people he had come to respect. He met two very hard working maple craftsmen with incredible passion, location and control, quality. Their market was limited.