Advocating and Educating Ethical Trapping since 1975
The Alaska Frontier Trappers Association is based in Southcentral Alaska, and is dedicated to promoting the professional ethics and practices in the trapping of fur bearing animals. We work to educate fellow trappers, children and the public in general about trapping as a necessary wildlife management and research tool.
We work in cooperation with other organizations to promote the wise and sustainable use of alaska's natural resources.
The Alaska Frontier Trappers Association, Inc. is a great organization to join and get connected with other trappers in the state. Click the button below to view the membership page to see the benefits of becoming a member today!
Events and Information
Trappers Association Meetings are held to discuss local trapping issues, ethics and upcoming events. If you miss a meeting make sure to check out the AFTA News where you can find the Meeting Minutes!
Meetings are the first Tuesday of every month September - May at the Palmer Public Library located at 655 S. Valley Way.
All funds raised at this event are used to fund scholarships, trapping schools, demonstrations, informational appearances at outdoors shows and events to educate the public on safe and ethical trapping practices.
The Alaska Frontier Trapper's Association offers two scholarships, one scholarship for women to attend the 'Becoming a Outdoors Woman' workshop and another general academic scholarship for Alaskan residents looking for extra help with those pesky school expenses!
The Alaska Frontier Trapper's Association hosted Trapping School offers the education of safe, ethical trapping to new, or expirienced trappers alike looking to learn!
Become a The Alaska Frontier Trapper's Association Member today and receive a subscription to either Predator Magazine, World Trappers Magazine or both! Also receive up to a 10% discount when shopping at AK Guns n' Stuff, Furs for Fun and The Snare Shop!
Life Members are members of the Alaska Frontier Trapper's Association.