Resources for Illinois Farmers and Ranchers

University of Illinois Extension

University of Illinois Extension is the university’s statewide network of educators, faculty experts, and staff dedicated to putting learning and discovery into practice to benefit the health and wellbeing of residents and communities in every part of Illinois.

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Ph: 217-333-5900

Farm Foundation: Accelerating People & Ideas

Farm Foundation leverages the power of collaboration between food and agricultural stakeholders to advance agriculture in positive ways. Our unique approach combines the trust and reliability of a “think tank” with the impact and urgency of a “do tank.”

Farm Family Resource Initiative through Southern Illinois University

The Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Center for Rural Health and Social Services Development (CRHSSD) is leading the effort to build a network of health-related support and resources for Illinois farm families.

Ph: 618-713-0759

Illinois Farm Bureau

Since 1916, Illinois Farm Bureau has provided education and information to help farmers, while supporting legislation and lobbying efforts related to agriculture.

Ph: 309-557-2111

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North Central Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Center

The North Central Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Center is supported by the USDA Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network, under agreement number: 2020-70028-32728