Upon the retreat of the last glaciers, much of the Vermont landscape was covered in what we call "glacial till." Till is an uneven mix of variously-sized particles all mixed together, containing everything from tiny clay particles to rough gravel and much larger stones. This till coats the landscapes of Jericho's higher elevations and made tilling for agriculture a daunting task.
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