WNAAA

WNAAA

WNAAA logoThe Women of the National Agricultural Aviation Association (WNAAA) is a companion organization to the NAAA.

Membership

The National Agricultural Aviation Association represents the interests of small business owners and pilots licensed as commercial applicators that use aircraft to enhance food, fiber and bio-fuel production, protect forestry and control health-threatening pests.

WNAAA Leadership Training Application Fillable Form

WNAAA Leadership Training Program Application (Fillable Form)

Amanda Cooper Bibliography

Bibliography: Stewards of the Sky, Stewards of the Land

  1. Clovis News. “Agricultural Aviation and Wetlands Protection.” 2000. Web. August 1, 2012
    www.clovisnews.com/trails/wetlands/agriculture.html
  2. FAA. “Elementary Level Education Curriculum Guide.” 1989. Web. August 1, 2012

WNAAA Leadership Training Program Application (Print)

WNAAA Leadership Training Program Application (Print Version)

1st Place: 2012 WNAAA Scholarship Essay Contest

Stewards of the Sky, Stewards of the Land:

2nd Place: 2012 WNAAA Scholarship Essay Contest

Stewards of the Sky, Stewards of the Land:

WNAAA Leadership Training Program

Each year one applicant will be chosen to represent the WNAAA in the NAAA/Syngenta Leadership Training Program, a hands-on workshop where participants receive training on how to communicate clearly to the public, media and government about the important role aerial application plays in the production of the country's agricultural products. The deadline to apply for the WNAAA's spot in the 2013–2014 Leadership Training Program is Jan. 31. To be eligible for consideration, applicants must be the spouse of an NAAA member or a dues-paying WNAAA member. The 2013–2014 Leadership Training Program begins Oct. 11–13, 2013, and concludes Feb. 14–16, 2014.

Kirsti Plunkett Bibliography

Bibliography: How to Promote Agricultural Aviation Positively

  1. Beaver, P. (2006). The Encyclopedia of Aviation. Hong Kong: Octopus Books.
  2. Greenwood, J. T. (1995). Milestones of Aviation. China: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc.

Tara Hofmann Bibliography

Bibliography: How to Promote Agricultural Aviation Positively

  1. Agriculture in the Classroom. (n.d.). Agriculture in the Classroom.
    Retrieved August 10, 2011, from www.agclassroom.org
  2. Avery, A. (2006). The Truth About Organic Foods. Chesterfield, MO: Henderson Communications
  3. Scott, G. (2009, April 13). Crop Dusting: There’s more to aerial application aviation than you ever imagined
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