Author Florence Williams hikes near the C&O Canal in Washington, D.C., with her three-year-old dog, Hailey. Williams’ new book, “The Nature Fix,” explores how important nature is to our brains, and how much we have lost by cutting ourselves off from it in the modern world.
Author Florence Williams hikes near the C&O Canal in Washington, D.C., with her three-year-old dog, Hailey. Williams’ new book, “The Nature Fix,” explores how important nature is to our brains, and how much we have lost by cutting ourselves off from it in the modern world. Astrid Riecken For The Washington Post
Author Florence Williams hikes near the C&O Canal in Washington, D.C., with her three-year-old dog, Hailey. Williams’ new book, “The Nature Fix,” explores how important nature is to our brains, and how much we have lost by cutting ourselves off from it in the modern world. Astrid Riecken For The Washington Post

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