The full moon that rises on Sunday, March 12 is called the “worm” or “sap” moon in traditional communities of North America. In colder climates, the ground becomes soft enough for worms to appear, and thus for the planting season to begin. The sap moon comes from areas where maple trees grow; sap rises in the trees with warmer . . .

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