Posts tagged EAGALA Northern Michigan
Record Eagle Letters to the Editor: Equine Therapy

Ten years ago, when Peace Ranch began offering equine-assisted psychotherapy to the community, it was that “crazy horse thing.” With increasing awareness and expansion of equine assisted activities, we often hear confusion about the different equine programs.

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The Evergreen Experience: Farm Based Therapy for People with Memory Loss

Every Saturday morning you can see people with memory loss and their caregivers at Peace Ranch in Traverse City – making The Evergreen Experience part of their weekend plans.

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Two TC Nonprofits Receive $127,500 Impact Grants

Two Traverse City nonprofits each received a $127,500 grant Wednesday thanks to 255 local women who contributed $1,000 per person toward making a transformational impact in the community.

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Traverse City Nonprofits: Inland Seas, PEACE Ranch Recognized for Impact on Community

Over at the Hagerty Center in Traverse City, two nonprofits received generous awards for their impact on the area.

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Jackie Kaschel, Peace Ranch

Jackie Kaschel, Founder and ED of PEACE Ranch, serving horses and humans suffering the effects of abuse, neglect, conflict grief and pain.

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Saginaw VA Recognizes PEACE Ranch in Grand Traverse County

Since 2013 PEACE Ranch in Grand Traverse County has helped heal the lives of more than 500 veterans and their families. Monday those victories were celebrated with an award.

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Horses Help Kids Recover From Adverse Childhood Experiences

Baylie is eight years old. Born to a mother addicted to cocaine and an alcoholic father, removed from her parents at six months and covered with bruises and cigarette burns, Baylie (not her real name) has spent her childhood shuffled from one foster home to another.

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Peace Ranch Offers Unique Equine Assisted Therapy Programs for our Community

Situated on 26 acres on Hooiser Valley Road in Traverse City, Peace Ranch is a rare gem in our community that many people aren't even aware of.

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