Community Archery Reseach Report
The Community Archery Research Report chronicles the utilization of the Community Archery Strategy in four locations across the United States. This strategy puts archery in schools, community recreation programs and many youth groups and archery parks/ranges on public lands in an effort to recruit more people to archery and bowhunting.
Since 2004, the ATA has provided funding totaling approximately $930,000 — including grants provided through this strategy — to initiate NASP in the United States, Canada and Australia. It has also contributed nearly $1.2 million in CAS grants, equipment and direct aid to state wildlife agencies to grow archery and expand bowhunting opportunities. From 2007 to 2009, the ATA provided more than $675,000 to develop CAS in Alabama, Alaska, Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey and Tennessee.
For the latest ATA news about its Community Archery Strategy, click here.
Did You Know?
The ATA is a charter member of the American Wildlife Conservation Partners, which works to advance the agenda of hunters, shooters and conservationists in the Congress and with the White House.