Sunday, March 09, 2014
Pacific Northwest Aerial Applicators are as diverse as the landscape and crops they care for. Whether protecting Columbia Basin cherries, Okanogan Valley apples, Idaho potatoes or Montana wheat; Pacific Northwest Aerial Applicators are there to assist ag producers. We also perform such duties as fighting fires, harvesting Christmas trees, aiding the timber industry in the production of lumber and assisting in the rehabilitation of public lands devastated by fire.
Today's Pacific Northwest Aerial Applicator is a professional from many perspectives, operating modern turbine aircraft and helicopters equipped with precision GPS systems and the latest in aircraft specific dispersal apparatus or attending one of our many continuing education programs such as the P.A.A.S.S. program or an Operation S.A.F.E. pattern clinic. We are committed to maintaining the highest level of safety and professionalism where application quality, good environmental stewardship and cutting edge equipment are concerned.
The PNWAAA was established to bring Northwest Aerial Applicators together for an annual Recertification. The PNWAAA is made up of Directors and board members from each state which allows for regional representation. You can now pay your membership dues for the PNW, individual state and NAAA all on one form, with one payment. This is not required, just an option to make it easier for you. Please click on Membership to become a member or to renew your membership today.
View past award recipients and nominate someone to receive a 2013 award.
Nov 3rd - 5th, 2013.
Washington Fly-in: Othello Sept 25, 2012
Idaho Fly-in: Gooding Idaho. Last two weeks of Sept. 2012
Contact: Katie Baker for more information 208-355-2259.
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