archery park guide

41 Pages of Archery Park Know-How

Amy Hatfield June 1, 2013

The Archery Park Guide, developed by the Archery Trade Association (ATA), is the first of its kind. It offers 41 pages detailing how to build a community archery park. The Guide includes site plans and recommendations, tips from city and state officials who have already built parks and case studies from a variety of different locations. Information on risk management and a breakdown of each park's amenities and costs (where available) are also features of this park guide.

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Alaska Holds First Explore Bowhunting Workshop

Shannon Rikard May 31, 2013

When thinking of ways to build a group’s camaraderie, you might not consider blindfolds, spray bottles and sneaking up on people. That is unless you’re in an Explore Bowhunting workshop. Explore Bowhunting is available nationwide through state wildlife agencies and is currently offered in 13 states. On May 20, 30 volunteers, archery shop owners and state agency staff members gathered for Alaska’s first Explore Bowhunting workshop. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG),…

Rcherz.com is a social network for archers and bowhunters that tracks events and results, while connecting the global archery community.

Archery Time Becomes Rcherz in Partnership with Bowbook

Amy Hatfield April 19, 2013

NEW ULM, Minn. - The Archery Trade Association (ATA) and Bowbook, a Slovakian-based software company, today announced they are teaming up to offer archers, bowhunters and current users of ArcheryTime.com more value through Rcherz.com (stylized as rcherz.com). Rcherz, an archery and bowhunting-centric online platform, adds a critical feature to this content and social venture through its wireless, interactive scoring system. This groundbreaking technology allows users at local, club-level, state…

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Virginia Libraries Cater to Teens Hungry For Archery

Shannon Rikard October 5, 2012

NEW ULM, Minn. — Teens in Loudon County, Va., can feed their need for archery thanks to a hands-on program based on "The Hunger Games" book series. Six area libraries will host day-long events incorporating the Archery Trade Association's (ATA) Explore Bowhunting program, in partnership with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF). "During this program, the idea is that the kids are preparing for combat much like the characters did in the books,"…

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