This weekend will see the Cowell edition of Growing Together for Eastern Eyre Peninsula Farmers and Business owners to attend and gain support through networking and workshops.
Last week saw the Streaky Bay Growing Together that was well attended with workshops full and the Sam Kekovich dinner a hit.
This weekend will give Eyre Peninsula residents, affected by droughts, the opportunity to listen and speak to guest speakers at a whole day of workshops.
Growing together focuses on providing financial support, counselling and mindfulness while also bringing people from across the region together.
Guest speakers will include Micheal Hancock from Hancock Farming Enterprises, Dr. Kate Gun from UniSA and Lain Montgomery from Mentally Fit EP.
Lain says the workshops are all free and will cover all sorts of topics that will help farmers and their mental health.
“We’re hoping that people will take away some really useful information or tips that they can use themselves that will help them in their business, wellbeing and also family and friends.” Said lain.