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WILDFLOWER SERIES | Outdoor Idaho
This Week's Show
Salmon River Lodges and Legacies
In this episode, we examine the history and current uses of Forest Fire Lookouts throughout Idaho. Forest lookouts became home to hundreds of men and women known as fire watchers. Intent on spotting smoke and chasing fires, lookouts became the eyes of the forest and the protectors of the land.
Thursday at 8:00pm & Sunday at 7:00 PM
August 2022 Episodes
August 4, 7 - "35th Anniversary Special"
August 11, 14 - "Salmon River Lodges and Legacies"
August 18, 21 - "Eyes of the Forest"
August 25, 28 - "Wooden Boats, Wonderous Lakes"
News & Notes
Outdoor Idaho entered its 39th season with a program called “Salmon Reckoning,” a deep dive into the complicated and controversial issue of keeping Idaho’s salmon from going extinct. That was followed by “Spud Country,” our hour-long examination into the culture, the trials and tribulations, the joys and rewards of growing what are arguably the best potatoes in the country. The hour-long “The Next Chapter” explored what some agencies and individuals are doing to adjust to changing times. It’s a show where “change” is not so scary! And in June we produced a show called “Wildflowers.”
The hour-long "40th Anniversary" will air in October of 2022. Other shows currently in the pipeline include programs on adaptive sports, the Bitterroots, and Rodeos.
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