Discover how farmers and government are working together to benefit trout populations and water quality, learn about the the 17-year cicadas, see how the DNR has reintroduced Trumpeter swans to Iowa, and go canoeing on the Upper Iowa River.
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Come along as we explore some of Iowa's 1800 miles of river, including the scenic bluffs of the Upper Iowa River,... 09:09
Almost 20 years after the Iowa DNR began efforts to reintroduce the Trumpeter swan population in Iowa, the program is... 03:04
Iowa's trout population is a valuable resource. See how farmers and government are working together to improve water... 07:15
Brood III of the periodical cicadas emerged in Iowa in 2014 after 17 years underground. The long-living insects... 04:40
Full Program: Discover how farmers and government are working together to benefit trout populations and water quality, learn... 28:46
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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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