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Joint AWDT & FarmStrong course helps navigate farming challenges
Katrina Thomas

Joint AWDT & FarmStrong course helps navigate farming challenges

Southland dairy farmer Brooke Flett shares how a new programme designed to boost the resilience of rural communities helps her navigate the challenges of farming.

Southland Dairy Farmer Brooke Flett shares with Farmers Weekly NZ how a new programme designed to boost the resilience of rural communities helps her navigate the challenges of farming.

"Know your Mindset. Do what Matters" is a short, practical wellbeing programme designed specifically for rural women and men through the Agri-Women's Development Trust (AWDT).

To find out what else could work for you and ‘lock it in’, by checking out Farmstrong 

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