Alaska Trappers Association
Interior ATA Monthly Meeting
Date: Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Meeting Time: 7:00 pm, meal starts at 6:30 pm.
New Location: Sacred Heart Cathedral, 2501 Airport - corner of Airport & Peger
SCCATA Trapping School for Beginners
The South Central Chapter of ATA had their annual Trapping School for Beginners with 17 students attending, 6 of them being kids. Read More...
Stories of True Wild Alaska
Alaska Tracks, by Randy Zarnke (click for larger view)
The next step in the long-term ATA oral history project has arrived. Read the life stories of the people who have hunted, fished and trapped throughout The Great Land. Perfect for winter evenings with your feet propped up by the wood stove.
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ATA Volunteer of the Year!
The winner of the drawing for the ATA Volunteer of the Year was Bill Brophy of Fairbanks.
Bill was the lucky recipient of two Alaska #9 wolf traps that were donated by ATA Board of Director members.
Congratulations to Bill and thank you very much to all the volunteers who made the many ATA events, projects and efforts so successful over the last year.
The ATA Board of Directors is planning on holding a similar drawing next year, so keep volunteering and you may be the lucky winner of a very nice prize next year. Remember- your name goes in the hat each time you volunteer for a ATA event, so the more times you volunteer, the better your odds of winning are.
See the video: Life of A Trapper
Alaska Trappers Association Mission Statement
The Alaska Trappers Association endeavors to preserve and promote trapping through trapper education and public awareness.
Shared knowledge fosters responsible trappers and improves public understanding of trapping.
Click here for The Trappers' Code of Ethics