Search Organizations (English): Farm families

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New Brunswick Women's Institute

Works to inform and educate rural women about issues and events of concern to them and their communities.

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Manitoba Farm & Rural Stress Line

Provides confidential support, counselling, and information to farm and rural families. Web site offers tips on how to manage stress, as well as links to other related sites.

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Women's Institute of Nova Scotia
Provides programs, projects, information exchanges, leadership training courses, national and international affiliations, submissions to all levels of government, service on boards and agencies, all with an effort to promote and improve the role of rural and farm women in society. (See Details)
Newfoundland and Labrador Women's Institutes
Forms an informal, educational organization for rural women to work together to expand their skills, broaden their interests, plan meetings, workshops and conferences, and strengthen the quality of life for themselves, their families and their communities. (See Details)
Federated Women's Institute of Prince Edward Island
Forms an educational organization focusing on rural women, the family, personal growth and community action. (See Details)
Saskatchewan Women's Institutes
Forms a rural-based women's organization that helps discover and stimulate leadership growth in women. Promotes the improvement of agricultural and rural communities. Concerned with education, health, the environment and human rights. Networks with other organizations on local, provincial, national and international levels. Regular newsletter and mailings to members. Offers leadership workshops.
Federated Women's Institute of Ontario
Works with and for rural and urban women and their families. Offers education and support programs and services, advocate for social and economic change, and works towards the personal growth and empowerment of all women. (See Details)
Manitoba Women's Institutes
Forms a rural women's organization dedicated to personal development, family, agriculture, rural development and community action. (See Details)
Quebec Women's Institute
Strives to inform women so they may make decisions which will improve the quality of life for themselves, their families, their communities and the world.
Saskatchewan Women's Agriculture Network
Provides support, encouragement and education for farm women through newsletters and conferences. Encourages research, networks among individuals, and liaises with agricultural and other organizations. Promotes improvement of the status of rural women, recognition of farm women's contributions, the need for education and support services in rural areas, and improvement of agricultural policies.