Colorado State University emphasizes suicide prevention work in agricultural communities

Outlet: Ag Journal

Ag Journal: “When we met last year and discussed the AgrAbility project, we didn’t have any idea how critical this issue was,” said Blake Naughton, Colorado State University’s vice president of engagement and extension, during a project update. “As we’re talking to faculty around the state, we’re recognizing more and more how producers and business owners are stressed by the economic and social conditions of this time. It’s affecting agriculture communities in ways that we need to know about so we can help address those needs.”