Communities try new methods to support farmers and their mental health

By Emma Peaslee

An Agromedicine Institute booth at the North Carolina Farm Bureau’s women’s conference educates farmers about mental health. (Emma Peaslee/Carolina Connection)

Last week, Carolina Connection’s Emma Peaslee reported on the growing crisis facing North Carolina farmers and the effect it’s taking on their mental health.

This week, she looks at why farmers sometimes resist help and what communities are doing to support them.

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