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Known as the "Last River Rat" Kenny Salwey spent a large part of his life on the backwaters of the Mississippi River.... 08:46
Over the past three decades, sailing participation has decreased dramatically. But a youth program on Lake Okoboji... 05:38
The 2012 drought wreaked havoc on agriculture in the Midwest but it's also hit our state's water quality in some... 05:17
Big Creek State Park main lake is the 5th most visited body of water in Iowa. While Big Creek Lake offers a wide... 04:33
Full Program: In this episode, we go sailing on Lake Okoboji, find out why nearly three quarters of a million people visit Big Creek... 28:45
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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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- Indicates a December Celebration program
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]
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]
- Sat, December 14, 8:30 AM on IPTV
Coming up on our wintertime edition of Iowa Outdoors: we explore our state from the powered handlebars of Iowa snowmobilers, experience wildlife through the art of modern-day taxidermists, and we... [28 minutes]
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