Photo: WindWalkers staff at work |

Photo: WindWalkers staff at work

WindWalkers staff work with Grace McGlade, 3, of New Castle during a therapy session at the Missouri Heights-based equine-assisted learning and therapy center. The nonprofit is where horses and therapy professionals help individuals and families from Aspen to Rifle with challenges. See Friday’s Post Independent for more about WindWalkers.

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