Nature's Cure

Hinch, Jim
July 2007
Guideposts;Jul2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p32
The article focuses on the efforts of Michael Muir, the great grandson of famed naturalist John Muir, to help people with disabilities experience an outdoor world. Michael is suffering from multiple sclerosis. Since 2005 he has headed Access Adventure, a loose coalition of ranchers, horse lovers and disabled people and their friends and families, who stage regular outdoor excursions in horse-drawn, wheelchair-accessible carriages. According to Michael, nature is a healing force for all them.


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