Remington “Remi” Rice is a dedicated Extension educator leading the Managing Farm Stress program. This initiative offers vital resources, including teletherapy and a free online course, for recognizing stress and suicide warning signs among farmers, farm families, and agricultural professionals. As a fifth-generation farmer from Northern Michigan, Remi’s farming roots run deep in his family history. His upbringing involved raising animals for local 4-H fairs, and he still holds dear his FFA jacket. With a strong work ethic and farm-taught lessons, he pursued a doctorate in Health Psychology. In his current role at MSU Extension, Remi supports farmers across Michigan in achieving their health goals, helping during challenging times. Connect with Remi for farm support and to explore the benefits of MSU Extension for your community.