One tradition us Eastern Maine peeps love is the reveal of what Treworgy Family Orchard's corn maze design will be this year!

It was revealed last week and it is a perfect tribute to every local who takes pride in their Maine roots.

This year's design is inspired by the children's book "Blueberries for Sal" by Robert McCloskey, a staple in every Maine child's book shelf and elementary book reading list.  This year is the children's book 70th anniversary and the orchard is celebrating this milestone as well as the book being awarded the Caldecott Honor.

Check out the post of the announcement by Treworgy from last Friday with all the details and the design we get to celebrate this year.

The post reads:

“Blueberries for Sal” by Robert McCloskey (Penguin, 1948) is a classic Maine children’s book that follows a mother and daughter, Sal, as they harvest Maine blueberries and encounter a mother and baby bear doing the same. We are very excited to partner with “Blueberries for Sal” on this maze, because the book embodies all the values and traditions we hold dear at our farm - adventures with family, harvesting your own food, and connecting with nature. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the book being awarded the Caldecott Honor for most distinguished American picture book for children.

Now that the design has been revealed, you have a chance to make Treworgy's corn maze the best in the United States! Check out this post on Facebook:

Want to vote?  Vote for Treworgy's here---> 10 Best Dot Com

Treworgy's is known for it's elaborate corn maze's of years past.  Take a look at last year's maze featuring mythological lumberjack, Paul Bunyan.