Volunteers help clean up therapeutic horse ranch for Spring
Volunteers rolled up their sleeves to help a Northern Michigan center that specializes in horse therapy.
Dozens of community members gathered at the PEACE Ranch for a fun opportunity to clean up the ranch and help build a new paddock for the horses.
The horses are used in therapy for people dealing with mental health and developmental challenges.
"We invite volunteers from the community to come and help us do some of the larger chores that are needed to get the farm ready for our programming this year," said PEACE Ranch owner, Jackie Kaschel.
The volunteers did good old fashioned ranch work to help the animals that live there, and those that like to visit it.
Organizers say this is one of two annual clean up days they have. The other is in the Fall.
For more information on how to get involved at PEACE Ranch, click here.