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OKC panel pushes changes for disable peope at Martin Park

12/20/2016
Article from the Daily Oklahoman

Wilderness Matters - As featured in Outlook Magazine

10/05/2016
Spending time in nature like this has been scientifically proven to improve brain function and benefit overall well-being, but what if you can’t get to the middle of a field in your wheelchair? For those with mobility, hearing, vision, developmental or cognitive disabilities, spending time in nature is sometimes no easy task.

10 Ways to Stay Healthy in OKC

04/17/2016
Article from the Daily Oklahoman (newsok.com) that features Martin Park Nature Center and the new Wilderness Matters ADA accessible INTERGIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Courage Trail.

10 Ways to Stay Healthy in Oklahoma City

10/20/2015
Article from the Daily Oklahoman (newsok.com) that features Martin Park Nature Center and the new, soon to be dedicated, Wilderness Matters ADA accessible INTERGIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Courage Trail.

City park to improve accessibility....Construction nears for trail at Oklahoma City Martin Park Nature Center

11/13/2014
Article from the Daily Oklahoman (newsok.com). City and civic leaders gather to celebrate the impending start of INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Courage Trail.

Nature park plans can proceed, council says...Council gives go-ahead to Martin Nature Park improvements

02/20/2013
Article from the Daily Oklahoman (newsok.com) reporting that the INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Courage Trail at Martin Park Nature Center can proceed.

OKC panel pushes changes for disabled people at Martin Park

12/20/2012
Article from the Oklahoman (newsok.com) describing the potential new trail at Martin Park Nature Center.

Compromise is sought on Martin Park Nature Center plans

12/03/2012
An article from the Daily Oklahoman (newsok.com) about communications between advocates for a new trail at Martin Park Nature Center.

Parks Commission Delays Plan for Tree House, Trail

10/18/2012
Article from the Daily Oklahoman (newsok.com) about plans for a new trail at Martin Park Nature Center.