Michael Rosmann is a farmer and psychologist at Harlan, Iowa. He obtained his BA in psychology from the University of Colorado and his MS and PhD degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Utah. His professional work has contributed to the understanding of why people farm, their behavioral health, and why suicide is unusually common among farmers. The Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network program that is being implemented by the USDA as part of the 2018 Farm Bill is largely based on the work he and colleagues undertook for four decades. Dr. Rosmann often contributes to national and international media, such as NPR, CNN, the Guardian, The New Republic, Time Magazine, and many farming periodicals about agricultural behavioral health, and now COVID-19.