This episode examines an invasive species that could have a serious impact on Iowa's waterways, shares a view of the state's landscape as seen by photographer and author Larry Stone and tours Wildcat Den State Park where volunteers have worked for over 15 years to preserve and 1850s mill.
We'll find out about an Outdoor Journey just for girls where everything from baiting a hook to firing a shotgun is learned [28 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
Iowa's rivers and lakes are being threatened by an invasive species that could decimate native fish populations and... 06:58
While there are 85 state parks in Iowa only one of them has a working grist mill and bridge combination. The mill in... 05:36
Through his photographs and writings, Larry Stone made a career at the Des Moines Register sharing the magic found in... 05:18
Every summer the Iowa Department of Natural Resources offers a number of camps for young people. The goal of the... 05:47
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Series Description: Iowa Outdoors is a series focusing on outdoor recreation, environmental issues, conservation initiatives, and Iowa’s outdoor natural resources.
Iowa Outdoors is a partnership between Iowa Public Television and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The six half-hour programs will be broadcast in high-definition on Iowa Public Television. The Iowa DNR annually publishes six issues of Iowa Outdoors magazine. Please visit www.iowadnr.gov for subscription information and visit www.iptv.org to find streaming video of Iowa Outdoors.
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We explore paddle-in campsites in central Iowa, explain the restoration of Nahant Marsh, and showcase a photo project between an iPhone and a bur oak tree -- 365 days in the making. [27 minutes]
- Thu, March 13, 6:30 PM on IPTV
From the lens of one wildlife photographer to the handlebar view from our state's biking enthusiasts, we explore springtime in Iowa. [27 minutes]
We profile wildfire training and nighttime photography in the Loess Hills, visit an innovative playscape in central Iowa’s Jester Park, and showcase summertime firefly photography. [28 minutes]
Iowa Outdoors ventures out after sunset to one of the best stargazing locations in Iowa. We explore the Mines of Spain along the Mississippi River and follow the raptor recovery efforts of our... [26 minutes]
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