Sustainable Agriculture Capital Grant Scheme closes soon on 1st June. Funding for slurry covers and slurry applica… https://t.co/6ybRSGpEhz
Applications are now invited for a fund to support Scottish food and drink suppliers and producers to invest in fut… https://t.co/gyfPvtBugJ
Cattle Information Service require Contract Milk Recorders across Wigtownshire & Ayrshire For al the info:… https://t.co/na5r8DowMl
Farmers, crofters, and land managers now have access to new guidance on financial support for activity that will im… https://t.co/rB6pPF51mh
Low mood and anxiety are experienced by lots of people throughout their lifetime. Research indicates that farmers and crofters may be particularly vulnerable to these difficulties and that they may not want to, or be able to access formal health care services for support. The current study is investigating the usefulness of providing farmers and crofters with an online course that teaches key life skills based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Research suggests that online life skills training can help with low mood and anxiety, and that it works best if it is relevant to the people that are using it. That’s why this project has been designed specifically for farmers and crofters.
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