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Wellness in Tough Times Toolkit

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The β€œWellness in Tough Times Toolkit" publication contains resources, stories, and lessons learned by an NTAE team and partners in Nebraska.  The Wellness in Tough Times (WTT) project supports Nebraskans affected by multiple stressors: The continuing downturn in the agricultural economy, a year of record-breaking disasters that impacted Nebraskans from border-to-border, and a global pandemic created challenges that took us all into uncharted waters.

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Authors (Name, Email, Institution)

Susan Harris,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Soni Cochran,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Kerry Elsen,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Kayla Hinrichs,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Julien Hoffman,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Michelle Krehbiel,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Brandy VanDeWalle,, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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General Public, Cooperative Extension
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Content Publication
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