The National Centre for Farmer Health (NCFH) coordinates the Sustainable Farm Family program to encourage farmers to view farm family health as part of the ‘triple bottom line’ of farm reporting.

These workshops aim to help farmers identify and track indicators of their family’s health and include these indicators in their farm management to ensure the ongoing health, wellbeing and safety of their family. The program as a whole also aims to collect and provide information on the relationship between family health, health as a social issue in rural communities and farm productivity.

The NCFH is holding a series of workshops in late January and early February in Victoria. For more information, please see the NCFH website.