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They have been important resources to be sure our "learners" know how to stay safe! Honestly, I haven't been able to find better resources than yours!
Being a farm kid and being raised around this stuff all our lives, we don't realize all the unsafe things we are around so seeing that made me realize that little everyday things I'm doing or around are not always as safe as I think they are.
UMASH IN THE FIELD - LATEST NEWS
SPOTLIGHT: A Veterinary Perspective to Ag Health and Safety
SPOTLIGHT: Biosecurity and Swine Educators
MARCH 2021 Diane DeWitte and Sarah Schieck Boelke are Extension Educators with the University of Minnesota Extension. With both having educational backgrounds
SPOTLIGHT: Some Things Shouldn’t be Shared
FEBRUARY 2021 The concept of sharing for most of us probably goes back to childhood. Whether we learned to share with a sibling, a friend, or in school,
SPOTLIGHT: National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants and Migrants established at U of MN
FEBRUARY 2021 The National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants and Migrants (NRC-RIM) was established to address disparities in RIM (refugee, immigrant
Stress Busting with Women in Ag Network
FEBRUARY 2021 At the 2021 Women in Ag Network Annual Conference, UMASH hosted a stress buster in the virtual community. The 2021 conference Building Bridges,
SPOTLIGHT: Youth safety resources
FEBRUARY 2021 UMASH regularly emphasizes that agriculture is one of the most dangerous occupations in the US, according to the National Institute for Occupational
SPOTLIGHT: That’s my advice…
JANUARY 2021 Have you ever been told…”that’s my advice, take it or leave it.”? Many of us have sought advice from a trusted person – maybe
SPOTLIGHT: Invisible on the Farm – Bacterial Infections From Animals to People
JANUARY 2021 What images come to mind when you think of hazards on the farm – large tractors, grain bins, ATV’s, chemicals? These are all very