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Outdoor Idaho

Outdoor Idaho wins 2 Regional Emmy Awards
 

Idaho Public Television is proud of our talented production staff who were honored with 2 Regional Emmy Awards for Outdoor Idaho, and a total of 14 nominations overall.

This Week's Show

"Where the Road Ends"

We explore some of Idaho's out of the way places at the end of the road: Paradise in the Selway wilderness; Bay View, perched on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille; Big Creek, so remote that an airplane is the best way in; 150 year-old Joyce Ranch on the Owyhee Front; the Mormon ghost town of Chesterfield; Atlanta, where freedom of expression is revered; and Castle Peak, a mountain in wilderness.

Thursday at 8 PM, Sunday at 7 PM

July 2021 Episodes

July 1, 4 - Bear Lake, Caribbean of the Rockies"

July 8, 11 - "Urban Wildlife"

July 15, 18 - "Trailblazers" 

July 22, 25 - "Living With Wildfire"

July 29 - "Where the Road Ends"

News & Notes

In October we entered our 38th season with a half hour program called “Barns of Idaho.” The response was gratifying, and we expanded the program to an hour in March of 2021.

In December our hour-long special “Idaho’s 12ers” explored Idaho’s tallest mountains.

In March of 2021, we went “Off the Beaten Path” in an hour-long special, visiting some unusual and hard-to-reach places in all parts of the state.

In May of 2021 we met some “Women Who Hunt.” And later this year we’ll examine the fate of our salmon in “Salmon Reckoning.” We’ll also visit “Spud Country” in an hour-long special. We are still shooting for these shows, as well as for programs called "Changing of the Guard," “Extraordinary Athletes,” “Roadside Attractions,” and one on the Bitterroots. Thanks for watching; we’ll keep you up-to-date on our Facebook page

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Major Funding

Additional Funding

Friends of Idaho Public Television
Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Broadcast Underwriters

Land Rover Boise
Foot Dynamics
Idaho Fish and Wildlife
US bancorp
Gorongosa Park