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The Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program, Inc.
Welcome from the Executive Director
Greetings from the Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program, Inc., the Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program (OAMP) has been helping people in agriculture resolve conflicts since 1987.
Since becoming the first USDA-certified mediation provider for the state of Oklahoma, our professional mediators have helped thousands of farmers, ranchers and federal agencies work together to reach realistic, durable solutions to the challenges they face. I know how costly and stressful it is to leave the decision about one’s future in the hands of someone else, as would be the case in court or at a hearing. I am privileged to be part of a program that helps people talk about what really matters so they can reach their own solutions in mediation.
At OAMP, we know firsthand about the power of working together to resolve conflicts. Learn more about mediation and about us by looking through the information we have here. If you have other questions, please call us! We’re here to answer any questions you have about mediation and how it can work for you.
Andrea Braeutigam, Executive Director
OAMP is the USDA certified mediation provider for the State of Oklahoma. Authorized by the Agricultural Credit Act of 1987 and Oklahoma statutes, mediation is an effective way to settle disputes in many different areas, including farm loans and farm programs, agricultural credit issues, and agriculturally and environmentally related issues. OAMP helps agricultural producers, their lenders, and other people who have received an adverse decision from the USDA resolve their disputes without a hearing or appeal.
OAMP provides FREE mediation services to all individuals, businesses and state and federal agencies that are engaged in production agriculture, and agriculturally or environmentally related activities. Our professional mediators and facilitators work across the state.
How can we help you?
Mediation is a voluntary process in which people involved in a dispute agree to meet in a confidential, non confrontational setting to attempt to work out a solution on their own. A mediator helps people discuss the disagreement and identify options that might resolve the problem. Mediators facilitate the discussion; they do not give legal advice or counseling and have no authority to decide the outcome. If an agreement is reached in mediation, the terms will be written down and signed by both parties.
For More Information
Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program, Inc.
2800 N. Lincoln Blvd. 2nd Floor
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
Phone: 405-521-3934 or toll free at 1-800-248-5465
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