ATA Offers Skills to Teach Archery, Engage Community in Alaska
Kelly Modla, an officer with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Alaska, attended an ATA program to learn to teach archery and engage her community.
Outdoor REC Act Recognizes Bowhunting, Archery are Vital to US Economy
The Outdoor Recreation Jobs and Economic Impact Act, now public law 114-249, recognizes outdoor recreation as a vital part of the U.S. economy.
New Zealand Archery Shop Seeks Bow Technician
Advanced Archery in Auckland, New Zealand, is seeking a bow technician/sales assistant to run its archery pro shop, and help with retail sales and customer service.
ATA’s ‘Explore Bowfishing’ Could Boost Archery Participation
The ATA launched Explore Bowfishing Oct. 25 at the Aquatic Resources Education Association Conference in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Archery Trade Association Contributes $50,000 to Build First Archery Park on Oklahoma’s Tribal Lands
Want to find out where investments are going? Check out this archery range in Oklahoma! The State's third public archery park.
ATA Launches Bowhunting 360, Redesigns Archery 360
Bowhunting 360 builds off of Archery 360’s traction while addressing the need for a safe, encouraging community to recruit, retain and re-engage new and existing bowhunters.
Enhance Your Archery Range For Bowhunting Scenarios
Large community recreational area or a standalone facility? No problem, you’ll attract more archers by offering target areas geared toward varying interests and goals easily in this article.