SAP MOON:

The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page -

The first of two full moons in March looms over a morn­ing land­scape. This is known as the “Full Worm Moon,” be­cause at this time of spring, the ground be­gins to soften and earth­worm casts reap­pear, pro­vid­ing snacks for robins. The sphere is also called the “Sap Moon” since it usu­ally co­in­cides with the start of maple syrup pro­duc­tion. Do you have a heav­enly im­age to share? Send it to [email protected]­gar­rynews.ca

RICHARD MA­HONEY PHOTO

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