What better way to get new ideas and inspiration than from your Agritourism neighbors and peers? Share stories and pictures with fellow producers through the Facebook page and get connected internationally through members that have been to the NAFDMA conference. Go a step further and find a mentor who can help you through business growth such as constructing a new building, finding liability insurance or marketing techniques. However you choose to interact, the relationships built through the OAA are valuable to your Agritourism business.
Beyond the producer network, OAA provides a bridge for collaboration between government agencies and other organizations involving professional rural tourism service providers.
As evidenced by the success of the Oklahoma Agritourism Activities Liability Limitations Act, there is power when producers and organizations band together for a common cause. OAA helps Agritourism stay in the spotlight and keep Agritourism top of mind with legislators throughout the year by providing research and information on related topics.
The OAA serves in an advisory capacity to the Oklahoma Agritourism Program. This influence allows the program to bring you what you need. We have the resources to bring top-notch speakers and educators to share expertise and knowledge with the state of Oklahoma.
Producers can apply for accreditation through OAA that increases program awareness and allows producers access to Tourism Oriented Directional Signs through the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.