Adelle Stewart from the Do More Agriculture Foundation (Do More Ag) will be bringing her foundation’s message of “Talk, Ask, Listen” to the CAAR Conference in Saskatoon this February. Don’t miss her important and timely presentation about mental health in agriculture.

Those who attended the 2019 CAAR Conference will remember Do More Ag co-founder Lesley Kelley’s powerful presentation about her family’s own story. When Stewart takes the stage at the 2020 Conference, she will build on Kelley’s message and give delegates some important mental health tools to bring back to their own businesses and communities.

As executive director of the Do More Ag, Stewart is focused on the continued growth and expansion of the foundation across Canada. Through her career, she has developed in-depth knowledge of the Canadian health care system as well as alternative and complimentary health supports, making mental health in agriculture a natural fit.

She is a Certified Life and Business Coach and brings over 20 years’ experience in health and wellness, mental health, workshop facilitation, disability management, human resources; as well as operational efficiency, strategy, and marketing to her position with Do More Ag.

Find out how you can help your employees and your community by having conversations, asking the right questions and learning what to listen for. Don’t miss Stewart's impactful presentation – "Talk, Ask, Listen: Doing More for Mental Health in Ag" on Feb. 12 at 1:45 pm.


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