Resources & Webinars

Resource Guides

Experts in our Cultivemos Network have collaborated on the creation of these guides to help farmers, and those working to assist farmers. They cover Finance, Disaster, Legal, and Farm Stress and are available in PDF format below:

Farmworker Presentation Resources

About these Resources for Farmworkers

The basis for the case studies is quantitative research conducted with farmworkers, medical providers, and farm service providers. SUNY Morrisville’s Agriculture Business students, under the direction of their Professor, Sheila Marshman, Ph.D., conducted the research. Maria Pippidis, an Accredited Financial Counselor, Financial Fitness Coach and Extension Educator with the University of Delaware Extension, utilized her 30 years of experience in teaching personal financial management to construct the case studies. Farm business owners and farmworker service providers reviewed the material to ensure the cultural competencies of those who come to the United States were met. Translation of the materials was provided by Maria Gorgo, Extension Educator, Penn State Extension and Dra. Ivette Ruiz of Healing By Growing Farms.

For additional information about this project, please contact Sheila Marshman at or Maria Pippidis at

Beginning Farmer and Land Access

Accessing Farmland Together webinars for Services Providers and Producers

These two webinars hosted by Land for Good offer information on group land access concepts and how to use a new educational tool Accessing Farmland Together, that describes methods for farmers to lease or own farmland as a group. Accessing farmland as a group can solve some land access obstacles and offer multiple benefits. Group tenure can improve farmers’ chances of success, quality of life, social connections, and mental health.

Webinar for Service Providers:

Webinar for Farmers:

Disability in Agriculture

United in Healing – Videos of the 1st Northeast Disability and Agriculture Conference

On February 4, 2023 the 1st Northeast Disability and Agriculture Conference was held, hosted by Healing By Growing. Watch the conference on this playlist, or embedded below:

More from Cultivemos

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Cultivemos aims to improve behavioral health awareness, literacy, access, and outcomes for farmers, ranchers, and farmworkers in the Northeast by developing a service provider network that can assist and meet the unique needs of agricultural workers. Cultivemos was formerly known as FRSAN-NE, the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network Northeast.

This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN) project 2019-70028-30464 and 2020-70028-32729.

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