The Traditional Archers of Oregon is a Non-Profit 501 (c) (7)
Our Bylaws charge the Board of Directors to establish the corporation's policies, oversee its
Our Policy & Practices Manual documents our events and activities to ensure uniformity and consistency.
RECENT MEETING MINUTES AND CORPORATE ACTIONS:
OF INTEREST TO T.A.O. MEMBERS:
This winter, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife brought staff members, regional biologists and members of the arhery community together to discuss improvements that could be made in the quality of Oregon's archery seasons with regards to deer and elk hunting.
The committee met four times between late January and early March at ODFW's new Salem headquarters location. ODFW Staff and biologists gave many presentations ranging from state level trends to detailing current situations in specific management units. The intent of this review is to provide summary information and some of the detail behind it.
ARPAC recommendations are just that. ODFW Administrators and the ODFW Commission will determine what ARPAC recommendations become regulations. If you have comments, questions of issues you would like to raise with the agency, your chance will be coming at a series of ODFW Public Meetings to be held throughout the state in May, 2014.
TAO has supported Bringing Back The Bow activities since 2009 with monetary donations as well as traditional archery supplies.
Click here to see video of BRINGING BACK THE BOW 2009 Summer Youth Encampment
TAO members began participating in BBTB encampments at Grande Ronde, Oregon in 2012, to reinvigorate archery skills within the Grand Ronde Tribe.
Contact TAO member Jack Holthaus to find out how.