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OWAA leadership comments on U.S. Forest Service Chief Tidwell’s Nov. 4 letter of intent about the proposed directive for commercial filming in wilderness.
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.
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.
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 […]
Bring outdoor media to your city in 2017! MISSOULA, Mont. – Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA) has opened its 2017 conference bid process. With a goal to host its annual conference in a different part of the country every year, OWAA is focusing on the Midwest, Southwest or East regions for the 2017 conference, […]
The Outdoor Writers Association of America awarded four scholarships for the 2014-15 school year to undergraduate and graduate students studying outdoor communications. Congratulations to 2014 Bodie McDowell Scholarship winners!
Start planning early – mark your calendar for June 26-28 for the 2015 OWAA Annual Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee.