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.
Nationwide Initiatives Boost Bowhunting, Promote Industry Growth
The Archery Trade Association strives to ensure archery and bowhunting’s well-being through its involvement in various bowhunting and wildlife-management initiatives nationwide.
Zinke Moves Swiftly to Embrace Outdoor Recreation, Including Archery and Bowhunting
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke kicked off his term by issuing two secretarial orders, one of which increases opportunities for outdoor recreation – specifically hunting and fishing – and public lands.
ATA Makes Bowhunting and Archery Relevant on Capitol Hill with Outdoor Recreation Initiative
Members of the Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable held briefings March 7 for the Senate and House of Representatives. These industry leaders are working with lawmakers to ensure archery, bowhunting, fishing, shooting and other fun activities keep generating large economic impacts.
ATA Joins Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable to Ensure Archery’s Future
The Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable is a coalition of America’s leading outdoor recreation trade associations. Its representatives joined forces this year to promote policy and legislative reforms that help grow outdoor recreation’s substantial economy.