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Voice of the Aerial Application Industry
January 14, 2021
Set Yourself Up for New Year’s Success by Renewing Your NAAA Membership

Happy New Year! Your 2020 NAAA membership has expired; if you have not already done so, please renew online or by calling the office at (202) 546-5722. As a member of NAAA, you associate with the best and brightest in the agricultural aviation industry and your support is imperative in helping us accomplish our initiatives. We would like to remind you of just a few new offerings NAAA has recently released, such as:

  • Ensuring your aerial application business and job is ESSENTIAL during COVID-19 and extending license expirations due to quarantine shutdowns. Check out our COVID-19 Resources webpage. 
  • Offering legal services on Federal Transpiration Laws to Operator and Pilot Members.
  • Receive the 2019 NAAA Operator and Pilot Survey Report which is chock-full of key statistics providing a healthy status of the U.S. aerial application industry. 
  • Don’t forget to take advantage of financial incentives such as NAAA’s Recruitment Rewards Program.
  • Our NAAA Membership Directory is your one-stop shop where you can find professional members that might be looking for help or offering help and a plethora of qualified allied services in the industry.
  • Stay up to date on the latest issues affecting your profession through the NAAA eNewsletter, Agricultural Aviation magazine and exclusive member resources online such as our Media Relations Kit.

NAAA is dedicated to protecting and advancing the needs of the industry by improving the public's perception of the aerial application industry and spearheading the industry's environmental stewardship and safety initiatives. If you haven’t gotten a chance to review all our accomplishments this past year in the 2020 NAAA Membership Directory, you can download our Annual Report.


We appreciate your membership as it will help us continue to fight and win to keep aerial application as an essential service during the current global pandemic and on important issues like unfair user fees and taxes; requiring tower marking requirements; and ensure the safe integration of drones into the national airspace; and advocating that EPA keeps a healthy inventory of crop protection products for aerial use without unnecessary restrictions. Your membership helps us better represent your interests.

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Set Yourself Up for New Year’s Success by Renewing Your NAAA Membership
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January 15

Mississippi PAASS Program (Virtual)

Vicki Morgan

(662) 455-0070


January 19

Oklahoma PAASS Program

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Guthrie, OK

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(405) 431-0381


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COVID-19 Resources
Ag Aviation Expo Hotel Info
Agricultural Aviation Mag.
NAAA/NAAREF Safety Videos
Tower Outreach Tools
Tower Marking Warning Letters
Shooting-Response Checklist
NAAA UAV Safety Stuffers
NAAA UAV Encounter Checklist
NAAA Media Relations Kit
NAAA Award Nominations
Ag Aviation 101 Presentation
NAAA Professional Operating Guidelines Booklet
Aerial Applicator’s Manual
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