TRADITIONAL ARCHERS OF OREGON


The Traditional Archers of Oregon was formed to represent the interests of traditional archers at the state level with Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Oregon State Police and International Bowhunter Education Program.

All members are encouraged to participate in informal business meetings concurrent with regular annual events. Annual events include, but are not limited to:

2018 Annual Banquet will be held at Spirit Mt. Casino, Grand Ronde, OR, 27 January with special guests, Jim & Holly Akenson, relating 7003 Days in Idaho's Frank Church Wilderness.
Activities include: displays, vendors, guest speakers, dinner and business meeting.

Annual Pope Young Shoot held in Brownsville, Oregon the last full weekend in July each year. Activities include: battle clout, wand, trail shoot, novelties, pot luck dinner, business meeting and awards ceremony.

Annual Bob Bouret Conservation Project and Charlie Barr Golf Shoot held in Tygh Valley, Oregon.
Activities include: Conservation project followed by a round of archery golf.

Western States Traditional Rendezvous held alternately in Oregon, Washington, California and Idaho. Activities include: trail shoot, novelties, vendors, awards.

North American Longbow Safari alternates between Canadian Provinces and Western States.
Activities include: trail shoot, novelties, Bar-B-Que dinner, vendors, awards.

Members will be kept informed of club activities, traditional archery events, legislation and regulations affecting seasons using several tools. Newsletters will be mailed on an as needed basis. THE SCROLL, an opportunity for members to tell their story, is published regularly. For members that are on-line, we will use this website and email alerts to keep members current with events and pertinent information.

Traditional Archers of Oregon sponsors the OREGON ARCHERY HERITAGE MUSEUM with the purpose of promoting and exhibiting Oregonís archery and bow hunting history at our annual banquet, Pope-Young shoot, and other locations around the Northwest. The museum centerpiece is the famous Williamís Ranch arrow collection previously on display at The St. Charles Pope & Young Museum in Seattle. It also includes displays featuring many of Oregonís past historic archers showing Oregonís rich archery heritage.

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