by Joseph Horn
For many New Englanders, late winter and early spring is the season for sap movement. Their our bodies buzz with pleasure as they mud off their pales and set faucets as they start the maple sugaring season. But it’s not simply syrup-producing timber which are experiencing a rush of sap this time of 12 months; nearly all our timber do as they push water and vitamins from their roots and the soil into their tissues in preparation for brand spanking new spring progress. As a consequence, this additionally occurs to be the prime time for gathering tree bark.