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Stress Assistance for Greenhouse and Nursery Growers

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NC State Extension and the North Carolina Agromedicine Institute have resources to help growers with stress-related issues. See the following links for more information.

Feeling Stressed
This article was written for the North Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association Nursery Notes and highlights the resources available to growers.

NC Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network
Assistance with information and referrals for farm stress, anxiety, depression, health care, dental services, etc. They can also connect you with organizations and resources that help with farm finance, estate planning, intergenerational farm transfer, etc.

North Carolina Agromedicine Institute 
The North Carolina Agromedicine Institute works with NC universities, businesses, and healthcare organizations to reduce farm injury and illness.