With up to 80% of Canadian farmers experiencing middle to high-stress levels, it’s important to develop a comprehensive risk management plan.
Dr. Jody Carrington shares what we need to do as leaders to hold space to help regulate emotions and connect with others.
To keep farm safety a priority, consider safety talk tools and encourage employees using twists and incentives.
Consider retirement as a career change and take the same steps to plan for it as if starting a new business.
How do you manage your mental health in times of uncertainty? Dr. Georges Sabongui answers questions and shares stories to help you navigate wellness in a COVID-19 world.
Mental health first aid training is a tool farmers can use to help each other handle pressures they face throughout the year.
Many farm kids are now at home due to COVID-19. Here are some tips to keep them physically and mentally healthy.
The story of COVID-19 and its global impact continues to unfold, and we continue to try to adjust to a new normal, while at the same time, know the situation continues to change. That’s why we’ve compiled some of the most useful and practical resources and magazine articles here for your quick reference.
In wake of COVID-19, Canada’s ag and agri-food community is optimizing health and safety, while keeping the industry supplied with what it needs.
We’ve searched news and information sites for reliable sources on how to deal with the impact the virus is having on agri-businesses, whether it’s at the retail level, with cybersecurity, or your own physical or mental health care.