We’re more than just writers. We’re broadcasters, photographers, outdoor industry and more. And there’s one thing we all have in common: We’re passionate about the outdoors.
Join us for the 2015 conference to be held June 26-28, 2015, in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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OWAA is comprised of nearly 1,000 individual outdoor communicators from the broad, modern spectrum of outdoor beats, from shooting to camping, backpacking to kayaking, wildlife watching to mountain climbing.
After reviewing numerous proposals, OWAA Executive Director Tom Sadler and Conference Coordinator Jessica Seitz narrowed the list to: Duluth, Minnesota; Indianapolis, Indiana; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Springfield, Missouri.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S BLOG – When a proposed directive by the U.S. Forest Service threatened access for outdoor communicators to designated wilderness areas, OWAA sprang into action, advocating on behalf of our membership and all outdoor journalists. We saw it as a threat to our members, and an attack on our First Amendment rights.
The Outdoor Writers Association of America today strongly criticized a U.S. Forest Service proposal that would require media outlets to pay for special-use permits before they film or take photos in federally designated wilderness areas, thereby severely hampering researching and reporting abilities by the media.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S BLOG – It is the middle of August and a reasonably quiet time here at OWAA. I took a break and spent some quiet time assessing the first half of the year and thinking about the future and realized I could use your help.
MISSOULA, Mont. – Outdoor Writers Association of America awarded 12 Norm Strung Youth Writing Award prizes totaling $1,700, sponsored by the Safari Club International Foundation. The annual contest has categories for poetry and prose in two divisions: junior (grades 6-8) and senior (grades 9-12), and entries must be outdoors oriented and previously published in a […]