Content tagged with "archery"

Missouri 5th Grader Wins at Nationals

Video of MoNASP Nationals. More

Missouri sends 286 students to national archery tournament

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Photo of students at national archery in the schools tournament.
Skyler Price of Maries R-2 and Katie Nordstrom of Willard High School earn top honors. More


Start an archery program at your school. Get training and equipment grants, and participate in tournaments. More

MoNASP: The Wow Effect

Today’s post is an on-the-spot account of the second Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program (MoNASP) tournament from Kevin Lohraff, who coordinates the Conservation Department’s outdoor skills programs. More

More than 850 students compete in state archery tournament

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Third annual Missouri National Archery in the Schools state tourney sends dozens to nationals. More

New Indoor Archery Range at Linn Tech

I attended the opening of a new indoor archery and air rifle range this week at Linn State Technical College. More

NWTF MoNASP Grant Schools

NWTF MoNASP Grant Schools
The National Wild Turkey Federation awarded a grant to three Crawford County Schools to fund the Missouri Archery in the Schools Program. Pictured are newly MoNASP-certified staff from schools receiving the grant. From left to right: Barb Brendel of St. Anthony Elementary School in Sullivan; Jon Earnhart, Principal-Cuba High School; and Patricia Tavenner, Principal-Cuba Middle School. More

NWTF provides three Crawford County schools money for archery program

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NWTF MoNASP Grant Schools
Thanks to the generosity of the National Wild Turkey Federation, countless Sullivan and Cuba youths will find aim through the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program (MoNASP). More

Shooting for a Safe Graduation

Looking to shoot your bow before bow season? Check out the archery tournament at Little Black Conservation Area to benefit Doniphan High seniors! More

Shooting Ranges and Outdoor Education Centers

Regardless of your experience or skill level, you can become a sharper, safer hunter or outdoors person at MDC's five shooting range and outdoor education centers. More