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Details of EPA's NPDES Pesticide General Permit

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its final Pesticide NPDES General Permit (PGP) on Oct. 31, 2011. NAAA has developed a comprehensive overview of the permit detailing the impacts of the permit on aerial applicators. The Association has also developed a number of documents to aid aerial applicators in complying with the permits.

Agricultural Aviation Career Poster 17x11 Printer File

Agricultural Aviation Career Poster—High-Resolution 17 x 11 Printer File: Supply this PDF to a printer if you would like to make high-quality reprints of NAAA's Agricultural Aviation Career Poster. The PDF is sized at 17" x 11". Please note the PDF is too large to email, but you can save it to a thumb drive and may be able to upload the file to the printer's website.

March/April 2014 Agricultural Aviation

March/April 2014 issue of Agricultural Aviation magazine (64 pages)

GRASSROOTS ACTION NEEDED: Submit Comments to EPA Before April 30 on Crucial Spray Drift Risk Assessment Proposal

The April 30 deadline to comment on the EPA's "Draft Guidance Documents for Evaluating Pesticide Spray Drift" is fast approaching! Many experts in the aerial application industry consider this to be the single most important policy issue facing this industry today. NAAA has developed draft comments, and is strongly urging members to submit specific comments on how the EPA proposal would effect their business. 

NAAA/BASF Agricultural Aviation Scholarship Application

2014 NAAA-BASF Agricultural Aviation Scholarship Application (from MD)

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OpSpecs Not Required for Part 137 Operators

Word Still Not to All FAA FSDOs

NAAA is still receiving questions from operators throughout the country about FAA Operations Specifications (OpSpecs). As NAAA has stated in newsletters, magazine articles, the PAASS program and convention sessions, FAA Headquarters has told us there are no OpSpecs for Part 137 operators. An article in Agricultural Aviation magazine explored this subject in depth.

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