AgKnow – Alberta’s Approach to Farm Mental Health

Resolution E1-19, In May of 2022, the Alberta Farm Mental Health Network met with Minister Horner and presented their whitepaper outlining findings and recommendations for a made-in-Alberta approach to farm mental health.  Along with the whitepaper, the Network presented the minister with a proposal to jumpstart research that will clarify the issues and inform the …

Provincial Committee Meets with Minister Horner

January 25, 2022; Resolution 6-20, Resolution 9-20, Resolution 2-19, Resolution E1-19, The ASBPC was pleased to finally host the Minister of Agriculture Forestry and Rural Economic Development for dinner just prior to his opening remarks that the in person Provincial ASB Conference this January. “I don’t recall a more productive and positive discussion with a …

A Made in Alberta Response to Farm Mental Health

Update from the Alberta Farm Mental Health Network, Resolution E1-19 The Alberta Farm Mental Health Network (Network) continues to push forward and explore the rural landscape of mental health supports. Since our last update we have met with over 25 different associations, government programs, private mental health practitioners, researchers, media and even some farmers. The …