MORGAN, Utah — A military family in Morgan County is helping veteran families from around the country recover and reconnect after enduring PTSD, and injuries while in a war zone.
The Schlicte family started the Warrior Rizen Ranch to help military and law enforcement families overcome some of their unique challenges.
Feeding the chickens can be a chore but at the Warrior Rizen Ranch, it’s an opportunity to work as a family.
The Fredricksen family traveled all the way from Virginia Beach to connect in a way that hasn’t always been a part of their lives.
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