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: Produced in partnership with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Iowa Outdoors highlights outdoor recreation, environmental issues, conservation initiatives, and Iowa's outdoor natural resources.
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Meld the finesse of fly fishing with the art of bamboo construction to experience an old-school form of angling. [27 minutes]
Venture north to Okoboji’s antique boat festival and explore the Iowa DNR’s efforts to rehabilitate lakes across our state. [26 minutes]
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