Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation



National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP)

NASP web logo In NASP, international style target archery is used to teach participants the values associated with learning a lifelong skill.  With an emphasis on process rather than results, NASP strives to instill a fun and safe experience for each participant.   The program thrives by promoting inclusive participation; girls, boys, and all levels of physical ability are encouraged to join.  NASP uses equipment that is universal to all its participants from grade four to grade twelve.  The only alterations allowed are those used to help archers with physical limitations. SAFETY is the guiding principle in NASP.  All instructor training and student participation centers around the safe operation of an archery range.  Despite the vast number of archers involved, there has never been an archery related accident and constant emphasis and training works to ensure that statistic never changes.

How you can get involved:

Click HERE  to see what each school needs to get started. Click HERE for the school grant application.

2018  Tournaments – Coming Soon
Need more information? Contact the SWF NASP Coordinator!
Doug Gibson, , 306-692-8812