The full moon on Friday, March 18 greets March 20’s vernal equinox, the calendar opening day of spring (rain is predicted!). This full moon is called the “Crow Moon” by the Ojibwe for the cawing of crows at the end of winter in their northern communities.  

Wildflowers are taking advantage of the cycles of rain and sun, bringing many . . .

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