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Link to OFA website The Ohio Forestry Association, Inc., founded in 1903, is an independent organization, operating not-for-profit and chartered to promte the general welfare of the people and private enterprise of the state of Ohio. This will be done by encouraging through education a unified conservation program, including the multiple use of forests, development of adequate wildlife and recreation values.
Link to NAEDA website
Baker & Sons Equipment Co. is a member of the North American Equipment Dealers Association (NAEDA), formerly known as United Equipment Dealers Association (UEDA), Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association (OMEDA) and Mid-America Equipment Retailers Association (MAERA).

NAEDA is an advocacy association that works tirelessly to advance the interests of their more than 4,000 North American agriculture, industrial, forestry and outdoor equipment dealers. Every day, in everything they do, they never take our eyes off one essential question: will it help the dealer?

Link to NFIB website
Baker & Sons Equiment Co. is a governing member of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).

NFIB represents the interest of 600,000 small and independent business owners before federal and state legislative and executive branches of government. As a matter of policy, NFIB does not endorse or promote the products and services of its members.

Link to Monroe County Ohio Chamber of Commerce
Baker & Sons Equipment is a member of the Monroe County Chamber of Commerce.

The primary priorities of the Monroe County Chamber of Commerce are to serve and represent member businesses and the business community in general along with retaining and attracting businesses in order to create economic growth in the county and leading and facilitating on important community issues when they affect economic growth and prosperity.

Link to Monroe County, Ohio website Monroe County is often called the Switzerland of Ohio. It was settled around 1800 by a group of Swiss immigrants who were flat boating down the Ohio River to a new home further west. They made land in Monroe County one night and fell in love with an area that reminded them of Switzerland. People have been falling in love with Monroe County ever since.
Link to Ohio Farm Bureau website
With over 200,000 members, the Ohio Farm Bureau is Ohio's largest farm organization. The Ohio Farm Bureau is a federation of 87 county Farm Bureaus representing all 88 counties.

Farm Bureau members in every county in the state serve on boards and committees working on legislation, regulations and issues which affect agriculture, rural areas and Ohio citizens in general. These hard-working members are supported by a staff of professionals working to assist them in their action-oriented activities.