The Pipeline Ag Safety Alliance (PASA) consists of a dedicated group of utility operators that have teamed up with the National Association of County Agricultural Agents to help deliver safety messages to farmers and ranchers around the nation.
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PASA Farm & Ranch Excavation Safety Guide
The Guide is a tool ag agents can share with farmers and ranchers year-round, including relevant and topical articles to help keep our agricultural communities safe.View the Digital Guide
Listen & Learn: PASA on the ESA Podcast
PASA's Whitney Price joins the ESA podcast to talk about the origins of PASA and how the association protects the agricultural community through education.
PASA Members: Connected Across the Country
"Thanks for a great presentation last week! It was very good, and as the Farm & Ranch Safety Coordinator for NDSU Extension, I look forward to resources like this to help our Extension staff across the state!”
Agriculture and Natural Resources
North Dakota State University, Steele County
"I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed your video for the Pipeline Ag Safety Alliance! It was fun but still well thought out and interesting."
Commercial Horticulture Secretary, National Association of County Agriculture Agents
University of Maryland Extension
"Being able to know what to do before a problem happens is key, and it is great to have Infrastructure Resources to help us!"
National Association of County Agricultural Agents
The National Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS) is a dataset containing locations of and information about gas transmission and hazardous liquid pipelines and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plants which are under the jurisdiction of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).