NAAA's Free* Wind Tower Safety Stuffers
NAAA's Wind Tower Outreach Campaign Offers Tools to Inform Stakeholders of the Risks to Ag Pilots and Farmers
The prospect of converting high winds into big dollars is an enticing proposition for landowners, but one that can have far-reaching consequences for farmers and aerial applicators without careful planning. To ensure that farmers are fully informed before making decisions about wind energy development, NAAA encourages members to participate in our Wind Tower Education Campaign. NAAA launched the campaign in 2010 to raise awareness about the worrisome effects of wind energy development on agriculture and aviation. That message is articulated in a series of wind tower ad slicks and radio scripts—and now in NAAA’s new wind tower safety stuffers.
Designed to fit into a No. 10 envelope, simply slip a wind tower insert in along with the invoices you normally send to your aerial application customers. The double-sided safety stuffers are printed on glossy, four-color paper, and available in packets of 100. Best of all, they are 100% free to NAAA Operator Members while supplies last.
Let's Be Fair About Sharing The Air
Over the past 12 years there have been nine fatal accidents involving collisions with towers, including, most recently, in 2011 when an ag pilot in California lost his life in a collision with an unmarked MET. It’s up to everybody—NAAA, its state association partners and aerial applicators—to educate the public about the consequences that ill-planned wind energy development can have on agricultural and aviation.
To order your Wind Tower Safety Stuffers, contact NAAA at (202) 546-5722 or email@example.com. When emailing, please put “NAAA Wind Tower Safety Stuffers” in the subject line, indicate the number of packs desired and provide a mailing address for shipping purposes.