CYFF Membership Options

Sponsored conference registration / membership

Some CYFF supporters have agreed to sponsor the membership of a limited number of Canadian Young Farmers – at this time sponsorships are available for a limited number of young farmers from ONTARIO.

Regular conference registration / membership

Regular registration for Young Farmers is ONLY $50+GST.

CYFF registered members receive access to all
CYFF 2021-22 winter events for FREE

SIGN UP ABOVE and register to receive the access link to free 2021-22 winter virtual events, including the #FarmingUnderPressure 2022 National Conference, AND become a CYFF member. 

CYFF Social Media Training will be delivered virtually and consists of the online, on-demand course “Building Better Social Media” as well as the following live Zoom training sessions, all scheduled to start at 7pm EST:
January 18 – What the heck do I post?
January 25 – Coffee chat
February 8 – Dealing with negative people
February 15 – Coffee chat
March 1 – Ads and analytics
March 8 – Coffee chat

This course is free for CYFF members but requires registration PRIOR TO FEBRUARY 20
in order to receive and complete self-directed module materials.

Spots are limited so participants must commit to completing all course modules and attending
both virtual classroom sessions on March 10 and March 17, 2022, 5-8:30 pm EST.

The Mental Health Commission of Canada reports that one in every five Canadians experiences a mental health problem within a given year. While we often know a lot about physical illness, there tends to be less knowledge about mental health or substance use problems. This lack of understanding leads to fear and negative attitudes towards those living with these problems. It prevents people from seeking help for themselves, and from providing appropriate support to people around them.

Participants must complete all workshop modules to gain certification from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Course Objectives
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the help provided to a person who may be experiencing a decline in their mental wellbeing, or a mental health crisis. Course participants will learn how to:

  • Recognize signs that a person may be experiencing a decline in their mental wellbeing, or a mental health crisis
  • Have conversations that encourage a person to:
      • Talk about declines in their mental wellbeing
      • Discuss professional and other supports that could help with recovery to improved mental wellbeing
      • Reach out to these supports
  • Assist in a mental health or substance use crisis
  • Use MHFA actions to maintain one’s own mental wellbeing

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