ATA Supports Congressman Austin Scott’s Bipartisan Bill to Modernize Wildlife Conservation Funds
The P-R Modernization Act seeks to let state wildlife agencies use some FET money to boost recruitment, retention and reactivation efforts in archery and bowhunting.
How Retailers can use Statewide Hunter Statistics to Boost Bowhunting
Imagine how understanding the average person’s license-buying habits, harvest records and hunting behavior could shape your shop’s inventory, classes and programs.
Missouri Uses Hunter Statistics to Strengthen R3 Efforts
The Missouri Department of Conservation is analyzing its extensive hunter statistical datasets to create a more strategic recruitment, retention and reactivation plan for boosting hunting participation statewide.
11 Archery and Bowhunting Companies Sign Wall Street Journal Appeal to Trump Administration
Letter Signed by More Than 100 Outdoor Recreation Execs Urges Administration to Keep the “Great” in the Great Outdoors.
ATA Joins Senior Administration Officials to Discuss Recreation Improvements
Senior officials from the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) and U.S. Forest Service met with more than 30 representatives of the outdoor recreation industry, including ATA President/CEO Jay McAninch and Jas. D. Easton, Inc. CFO and Vice President, Daren Cottle, at Shenandoah National Park April 24 to discuss improving visitor experiences on America’s public lands and waters.
Year in Review: ATA’s Deer Protection Program Goes Full-Speed Ahead
The ATA’s Deer Protection Program launched in June 2016. Now, one year later, the program includes 21 scent manufacturers and covers over 95 percent of scent products on the market.
ATA to Help Craft National Strategy for Combatting CWD
The Archery Trade Association, National Deer Alliance, and several state agencies and conservation groups have identified the need for a national strategy to help combat chronic wasting disease.