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Henry Roberts

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Latest 4 Apr 2021 | Updated Daily

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Episode 16 Henry Roberts

Crazy Canuck Truckin'

Henry is a former firefighter who is passionate about advocating for mental health and the agricultural community. His goal is to help spread positive information about both topics so that we can start to break down many of the stigmas that are associated with mental health. His aim is to help promote discussions between the farmers and the city folks to close the gap that exists between the two groups.Follow him on Twitter @Henry68157 and on his blog at  www.hankwade.comDavid Henry is a long distance trucker with a passion for storytelling. He has pounded the asphalt ribbon across all lower 48 States and most of Canada including the Arctic.He is a freelance writer and can be found on Twitter @crazycanuckdave.On Instagram follow the episodes at @crazycanucktruckin . We are now also on Youtube as Crazy Canuck TruckinBridgette Readel is a technical agronomist with a flair for using creative ways to explain the hows and whys of farming. Check her out on Twitter @bmreadelJesse James Dupree & Dixie Inc. honor our supply chain heroes in new single, “It Didn’t Fall from The Sky (Trucking Uncle Sam)”, available now on all streaming platforms via Mighty Loud Records.  There are many first responders that we depend on even when there isn’t a pandemic and we appreciate them all.  We celebrate the asphalt cowboys, the American Truck Driver and all the trucking Uncle Sam’s on the road bringing it on every day.  This is the first single off of their upcoming full-length country album that is set to release this summer.  For more information visit jessejamesdupree.com

39mins

1 Feb 2021

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ASOM - Ep 58 - Henry Roberts - Hank Wade

Ag State of Mind with Jason Medows

Greetings and welcome to our November theme focusing on Men's Health. Really excited for this month. Today, we speak to long time friend of the show Henry Roberts. Henry is retired Air Force as well as a retired firefighter. He has now focused his passion on mental health and being an advocate in that space. We talk about his history, his own battles with his mental health, and how he was able to get back where he wanted to be. We then talk about his advocacy and his blog that focuses on both agriculture advocacy and mental health. It was great to talk to Henry as he has been possibly the biggest supporter of this show. Check out more at https://agstateofmind.com/2020/11/01/ag-state-of-mind-ep-58-henry-roberts/

1 Nov 2020

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32. Henry Roberts Against Kelloggs Grinding Up Spooky Mummies

Together Alone

In this episode, Olivia and Henry talk discuss having too many jars, the potency of power words, and feminine monsters. Episodes released every Friday. Theme music by Matt McPeak.

38mins

16 Oct 2020

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12 - **LIVE STREAM** - Henry Roberts - www.hankwade.com / Mental Health Awareness / Charity Pepper Donation Drive

United We Ag

On today's episode, I visit with Henry Roberts of www.hankwade.com. Henry is an advocate for farmers everywhere to recognize the signs of mental health struggles and seek out help. He also is passionate about learning about the farming industry. Henry goes out of his way to educate himself with correct information, directly from farmers and producers, to help bridge the gap in communication with the consumer.Additionally, during the drive, I run a donation drive for Feeding America. The more donations that pile up, the hotter the wing I am forced to eat. 

1hr 22mins

30 Aug 2020

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2 JJ & Giles Russell and Henry Roberts, Two Hands NYC

Savoir Vivre by JJ

Two Hands is a community-focused cafe that strives to create nutritious, simple and delicious food paired with exceptional coffee and the founders are two of the most posi vibes dudes featured on Savoir Vivre to date. When Giles and Henry opened Two Hands Cafe in 2014, they didn’t have the support of deep-pocketed patrons and were legit thousands of miles away from home. But they did have an intense passion for Aussie coffee culture, a desire to bring a more community-driven cafe to New York City, and a bit of personal savings to kickstart their dreams turned into a true success.

53mins

26 Mar 2019