ID

AEE-152NP (ALCE-277NP)

Authors as Published

Crystal Kyle, Kim Niewolny, Don Ohanehi, Instructor, Kirk Ballin, Joe Young, Steve Bridge, Tristan Robertson, Garland Mason

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Deciding what career to begin after discharging from the military is an important decision. Because agriculture can often bring a new sense of purpose and leadership to a veteran’s life, many are choosing farming as their new career. Military veterans offer unique skill sets and discipline that are needed in the rigorous daily life of a farmer.
 

AgrAbility Virginia has prepared this document to assist Virginia farm families and rural residents with information related to caregiving and mental health. This publication is not intended to be used as a comprehensive mental health resource.

Contact AgrAbility Virginia for more information for farmers and caregivers: www.agrabilityvirginia.org


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Publication Date

October 14, 2021