Archery Park Guide

ATA Staff July 10, 2012

NEW ULM, Minn. - The ATA has created and released the first guide of its kind detailing how to build a community archery park. To view the Archery Park Guide, click here. The Archery Park Guide was written for parks and recreation agencies anxious to build an archery park in their community. As an ATA member, this guide can be offered to community and/or state officials and those in leadership positions as a tool to infuse archery and bowhunting opportunities in your own state or locale.  This…

Opryland Helps Fuel Nashville Archery

ATA Staff March 3, 2011

NEW ULM, Minn. - In a deal negotiated by the Archery Trade Association (ATA), Gaylord Opryland Hotel has donated $100,000 to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) and those funds are making it possible for thousands of Nashville area students to explore the sport of archery.  The funding, from the Gaylord Entertainment Foundation and provided through the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, was donated in $25,000 annual contributions. These contributions were a result of a negotiation between the…

Archery Event In Minnesota, Oct. 29

ATA Staff September 20, 2010

Join Parks and Recreation Professionals for "Archery: For Everyone and Everywhere." An Offsite Institute as part of the National Recreation and Park Association, Friday, October 29 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Register Today! Learn more by downloading details HERE.

Massachusetts Students to Benefit from ATA Grant

ATA Staff June 9, 2010

Massachusetts Students to Benefit from ATA Grant NEW ULM, MINN. - Hundreds of students from ten schools in Massachusetts will have a new target to shoot for when classes resume next fall. Thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Archery Trade Association (ATA) to the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MDFW), students in those schools will have the opportunity to participate in archery as part of the regular curriculum. The ATA works with state agencies to promote archery in both schools…

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