mental health

All farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers face stress related to their occupations. However, African American farmers have additional sources of stress not faced by other agricultural producers. Some of the main topics for this webinar include: A brief summary

  May is mental health awareness month and a reminder for us of how mental health is inextricably linked to every aspect of our lives: physical, economical, social, spiritual, and emotional. FRSAN-NE recognizes that farmers must be supported in their mental health to

The Uprooting Racism in the Food System training is a theory and action workshop for environmental and food justice leaders to uproot systemic racism in our organizations and society. We delve deep into the history and structural realities of racial injustice and develop an understanding of the movement

Designed for farmers, this training will feature Sexual Assault Support Services of Midcoast Maine providing definitions, examples, and strategies for responding to as well as preventing sexual harassment in a variety of settings. They will discuss Maine and Federal laws,

  Hi there, Two out of three farmers and farm workers say the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their mental health according to a poll commissioned by the American Farm Bureau Federation. FRSAN-NE is working to support the livelihoods of agricultural producers, workers, and their

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