National Archery in the Schools Program

The National Archery in Schools Program has been going strong in North Dakota since 2003. Currently there are 175 schools in the state that participate in the program with more being added each year. Kids from many of these schools will be competing in the 2018 state tournament in Minot (March 23, 24) where prizes include college scholarship money. Learn more in this week’s webcast.

North Dakota State Parks

In addition to ice fishing and trapping, North Dakota offers a variety of different outdoor winter opportunities like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and wildlife watching, and North Dakota’s state parks are perfect places to pursue these activities. Learn more about what the parks have to offer in this week’s webcast with the northeast regional manager for the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department, Justin Robinson.


In a typical year over 5,000 students will take a hunter education class in North Dakota. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department relies heavily on volunteers to teach these required hunter education classes as well as other classes like trapper education and Hooked on Fishing. Learn more about the Department’s volunteer program in this week’s webcast.