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Three awards support agricultural mental health - Albert Lea Tribune

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Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Thom Petersen: "We're proud to work with partners like these to support farmers in meaningful ways" Minnesota FFA Foundation: $52,000 grant to support student chapters across the state that create projects and activities in support of mental wellness for youth, farmers and their communities.Latino Economic Development Center: $50,000 grants to provide financial counseling, problem solving and other forms of enterprise support to historically underserved Minnesota farmers. Southern Minnesota Agricultural Center of Excellence: $25,000 award to provide consultation and coaching to farmers and farm families working on a transition or succession plan.
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Three awards support agricultural mental health - Albert Lea Tribune

Three new projects are joining the Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s (MDA) Bend, Don’t Break Initiative to help Minnesota farmers cope with adversity. “Agriculture can be a tough profession and Minnesota farmers experience a wide variety of physical, mental and business stresses day-to-day and season-to-season,” Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Thom Petersen said. “We’re proud to work with […]The post Three awards support agricultural ment…

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