INTO THE OUTDOORS

NOLA Code:
INTO 000300 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
13 / 30
Genre:
Rights End:
8/21/2025
Producer
Discover Media Works
TV-G
CC
sIX
Stereo
Year Produced:
2020
Version:
Base
Empowering our next generation to become sustainable stewards of Planet Earth.

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#301 Into National Marine Sanctuaries
In this Into the Outdoors episode, we hear four stories about the work that goes into preserving National Marine Sanctuaries, which are underwater parks that protect America's natural and cultural marine resources. These stories, part of the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries' "Into the Blue" series, feature people and organizations who are doing amazing and innovative things to help make the world a better place and show that anyone can be a marine steward.

#302 Into Family Fishing and Boating
In this Into the Outdoors episode, Adventure Team members Zach and Bella set out to find the best ways to get your family geared up for a fishing and boating adventure! From learning the basics of fishing, like essential gear and different types of fish, to understanding how anglers can help keep fish habitats healthy, they uncover everything you need to know before you and your family cast a line. Zach and Bella also try their hands at wakeboarding, and quickly learn that there are countless ways to have fun safely out on the water!

#303 Exploring Dairy Science
Join our adventure team as they explore the science and technology of today's dairy farming. Spanning the history of old-time milking to the hi-tech present, the ITO hosts discover how the dairy industry has changed dramatically in the past 100 years from raising cows to milking them. So come on, it's time to milk the science out of this topic and head Into the Outdoors!

#304 Trailing Ice Age Mysteries
Lace up your hiking boots as our adventure team explores the mysteries both big and small along Wisconsin’s scenic Ice Age Trail. From east to west, they hike with experts on different sections of this 1000-mile trail to discover glacial mysteries such as drumlins, moraines, eskers, kames, potholes and kettles. They also find some surprises along the way that hiss and croak, while uncovering some truly weird science about what glaciers did to the land some 13,000 years ago. And of course they also reveal interesting history from prehistoric to present and how it impacts everyone who lives in the badger state and treks...Into the Outdoors!

#305 Soybean Savvy
So what’s the big news with such a little bean? That’s exactly what the team explores as they unravel the history and mystery of this little legume. In revealing the historic roots of the soybean, the ITO kids uncover the secret within the plant’s roots of converting atmospheric nitrogen into nitrogen in the soil – which naturally fertilizes the plants. They also explore how this nitrogen link benefits all kinds of creatures in our food chain – including humans. But perhaps one of the more interesting aspects of this little bean is how it’s used in all kinds of industries – from food production to making bio-fuels and plastics.

#306 Savvy Sustainability
Join the ITO explorers as they dive into the physics and science of unraveling Einstein's law of thermodynamics relating to Savvy Sustainability.

#307 Shooting Sports Challenge
Two ITO teens are challenged to discover and test their shooting skills using a variety of bows and arrows, then shotguns on sporting clays in the cactus outback of Arizona. They'll get professional instruction on bow and firearm safety plus shooting techniques before their skills are tested in their shooting competition... may the top gun (or bow) win!

#308 Careers in Conservation
In this episode we reveal how recruiting our next generation of outdoor enthusiasts and conservation careers will help manage and preserve America’s natural resources for everyone to enjoy for generations to come.

#309 Making Your First Catch
This show explores various fishing opportunities where kids can catch their first fish both in the inner cities of Pennsylvania and in the remote National forests of Michigan. It also reveals some of the innovative programs that fisheries professionals have designed to help kids and their families get their "first catch".

#310 Reconnecting Rivers & Invasive Species
Thousands of outdated dams across the country no longer generate power and block rivers that once flowed freely to places like the Great Lakes or oceans. And that blocks fish species and disrupts the entire energy transfer in an ecosystem. This episode explores the dilemma of America’s outdated dams, and restoring rivers with connectivity.

#311 Into Safe and Smart Boating, Part 1
In this Into the Outdoors episode, Adventure Team members Zach, Sophia, Mya and Cedric reveal a crash course in boating safety during a fishing adventure. They discover life-saving knowledge, gear and techniques that can help kids everywhere stay safe-n-smart during their fishing and boating adventures.

#312 Into Safe and Smart Boating, Part 2
In this Into the Outdoors episode, Adventure Team member Zach puts his parents' boating safety knowledge to the test when they head out on a family fishing trip.

#313 Into Hunting and Conservation
In this Into the Outdoors episode, we head west to Wyoming and South Dakota to see how hunting and an appreciation for the land can lead to incredible journeys of personal discovery. Young people are the future of hunting, and as you'll see in this episode, it's a sport that anyone can learn to do with the help and guidance of a mentor. It may not always be easy, but the adventure and relationships gained along the way can be life changing. Happy hunting!


Program Rights

Broadcast Rights:
Unlimited
Rights Dates:
8/22/2022 - 8/21/2025
School Rights:
Cocurrent
V.O.D. Rights:
Yes
V.O.D. Rights Type:
Concurrent w/broadcast rights
Linear Live Streaming:
Yes
Non-Commercial Cable Rights:
Yes

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http://intotheoutdoors.org/
United States

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