What started as a simple idea to teach kids the basics of archery, has grown into an international program.

Nova Scotia, forty-three American states, and Australia have all since adopted the National Archery in the School Program, for a total of over 4,000 schools.


According to Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Education Program Coordinator Joe Milligan, the launch of the program in our province begins next Monday with approximately twelve pilot schools participating.


The curriculum will cover archery safety, equipment, technique, concentration skills, and self improvement.