Title

North by East. Slinging Mud

Source

Down East

Date

4-2015

Pages

24

Abstract

Maine’s fifth season, mud season, which runs from late March to early May, is largely due to the marine soils found here. Marine soils are composed of heavy clay and silt, which are prone to holding water. Four mud-related challenge competitions are listed as well as “soilient” facts about Maine soils.

Subjects

Spring, Social life and customs

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