Health & Wellness
How one Alberta grain farmer fought to bring wellness and balance back into his life after a medical emergency.
How one Saskatchewan farm couple learned how to reach out to each other and their community.
When divorce and financial stress sent Jean-Claude Poissant into a depression, his family, lender and community got him through a difficult time.
How one Ontario farm family found the strength to talk about their son’s struggle with mental health.
Kim Keller of Do More Ag shares her journey and strategies for mental wellness and why she advocates for a better understanding of mental health in agriculture.
Ways to build resilience by maximizing your natural serotonin levels.
The benefits of being proactive especially during times of pressure and stress.
Just like caring for your equipment, animals and crops, you need to look at your own needs the same way.
Producer Cynthia Beck, a suicide intervention responder in rural Saskatchewan, suggests we can improve mental health when we know which stressors on our farms we can control and which we cannot.
People who for many years had only farmed part-time have taken the plunge to become full-time farmers, especially in the grain sector.