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Mud Season in New England

Mud Season in New England
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  • The growing season is eight days longer than it was a century and a quarter ago.
  • In recent years, warm winters have prompted maple sap to begin running as early as January.
  • More information on spring and mud season is available in the current issue of Yankee: New England’s Magazine, or online at www.YankeeMagazine.com

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