ifarmwell goes live is a new, free, online tool kit to help Australian farmers cope effectively with life’s challenges and get the most out of every day. It has been developed by Australian farmers in collaboration with a range of organisations from across the agricultural, health, mental health, university and financial sectors. The Freemasons Foundation and the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health at the University of Adelaide have been a proud collaborative partner in this project.

The Centre congratulates Dr Kate Fennell (University of SA, and member of the FFCMH), the project leader and the research team on the launch of this new website.

The developers are now looking for farmers to trial the website and help determine the most helpful aspects of the site and how it could be improved for future users. A $100 gift voucher will be offered.  If you’re interested in helping on this very important project please visit and register to start the trial today.

If you have farmer networks, please forward this information on.

ifarmwell recruitment flyer

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