Shooting Sports Program
The National Archery in the Schools Program is an approved physical education program within Georgia and has been in the state since 2003. There are now 47states as well as Washington DC, 5 Canadian provinces and 6 countries (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, USA, Zamibia), with over 7 million students completing the program. Click Here to download the NASP program brochure.
Recognized as the most comprehensive youth hunting program anywhere in North America, the Youth Hunter Education Challenge (YHEC) is a “graduate studies” program in outdoor skills and safety training for young hunters.
A series of educational workshops revolving around topics related to shooting sports and hunter education.
Hunt and Learn workshops allow a new hunter to be immersed in the experience by providing hunter education certification (if needed) and actual in-the-field experiences.
Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center and the Hunter Development Program offer a variety of firearm training courses to provide participants the opportunity to learn firearm safety and proper shooting technique. Introduction and Beyond the Basics training days are provided, so a novice or beginner can learn the fundamentals of the various shooting disciplines.
Looking for a great kids activity for the summer? How about sending them to a summer archery day camp?
The Scholastic Clay Target Program exists to introduce school-age youth to the shooting sports and to facilitate their continued involvement by providing opportunities to safely and enjoyably participate and compete in a team-based sport led by trained adult coaches focused on enhancing the personal growth and development of their athletes.
Report poaching and wildlife violations. You can receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest—even if you wish to remain anonymous.