Quivira Coalition’s New Agrarian Program is delighted to invite you to The New Agrarian Toolkit: A Webinar Series to Dig Deep and Level Up. Inspired by beginning agrarian input and years of conversations with folks like you, we’ve designed this webinar series for our program alumni as well as any beginning agrarians seeking community in diving deeper into these topics. Bring your stories, your hard questions, and maybe dinner if you’re catching us right after work. We’ll see you there!
For the last installment of the Toolkit series, we hope you will join us for a presentation and group conversation about how we stay healthy and well amidst current stressors and struggles of working in agriculture. How do you deal with the chronic stressors that are in and out of your control? What are your strongest protective factors? How does community, connection and isolation impact us? How do we show up for ourselves and our neighbors when times are tough and going well? We’ll also explore and discuss tools for maintaining physical and mental wellness.
Please bring paper and a pencil or pen.
Clinton Wilson is the Program Director for AgWell; a program of Rocky Mountain Farmers Union. He and his family live Fort Collins, Colorado. Clinton holds master’s degrees in Counseling Psychology and Theology and Culture. He is passionate about agriculture and is a huge fan of all the unseen and often unappreciated hard-working farmers, ranchers, and agriculture workers that provide the food and fiber that we all depend on. “At AgWell we are hoping to build a more connected, community focused, collaborative, and robust support system for Farmers, Ranchers, and agricultural workers here in the Rocky Mountain Region and beyond.”
Chad Reznicek is the Lead Behavioral Health Specialist with the Colorado AgrAbility Project and committed to helping expand and improve behavioral health support and resources in rural communities. Prior to joining the AgrAbility Team, Chad spent 20 years as a licensed therapist, providing behavioral health services in diverse settings with special focus areas in suicide prevention, trauma, mood disorders, adolescent issues, and substance abuse. Chad grew up in a small town in central Nebraska with a deep respect for agriculture as the heart of our rural communities.
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