Rank #1: Fly-Fishing: A Journey of Persistence
Does getting better at something increase our enjoyment of it? In today's episode, producer Monica Gokey asks the question of whether aptitude affects how much we enjoy a particular activity - in this case, fly-fishing. We'll also hear from an expert on how waterway access differs from public land access. Pull out your fly rod, tie a fly, and put in your earbuds - Outlandish is heading to the river!
Jun 24 2019
Rank #2: S2E15: Grazing Part 1: Sagebrush Sea
This week on Outlandish, we're diving into a two-part series on grazing and public lands. We're handing the mic off to Monica Gokey, who's taking us out to the great sagebrush sea - to a place where the relationship between ranchers and the land they run cattle on is so intertwined that people can hardly remember it any other way.
Sep 10 2018
Rank #3: Iditarod Flashback
Outlandish is in full-on production with season three around the corner... but in the meantime, we're re-releasing an interview with our favorite Iditarod musher, Jesse Royer. Jesse's running at the front of the pack in this year's race. We couldn't pass up the chance to put her amazing voice back on the airwaves. We're rooting for you, Jesse! Mush on.
Mar 09 2019
Rank #4: Ep.6 Conquering the Continent | The Great American Through Hikes
Sep 14 2017
Rank #5: S2E13 What You Can Find in Glaciers
On this episode of Outlandish, we bring you one of the most incredible stories I've ever heard. It all started with our adventure to see a glacier full of extinct bugs, that sadly no longer exists. My fascination with this concept lead me to someone who made one of the most significant archeological finds. Download this episode today to hear this amazing tale of friends on a hunting trip that discovered history.
Aug 27 2018
Rank #6: S2E21: Hunting: Bringing Generations Together
On this episode of Outlandish, we dive into the traditions and stories behind hunting. Hunting on public lands builds family bonds and cements an incredible important sense of place for many of us. It also allows many of us to feed our families. Download this episode today to hear how hunting deepens our relationships, both with each other and our environment.
Oct 29 2018
Rank #7: Ep.3 Fungus Amongus!
Jun 13 2017
Rank #8: S2E5 The Appalachian Trail
On this episode of Outlandish, Liz and Mindy take a trip to the Appalachian Trail to learn about it's history with the native people and how much beauty it still holds today.
Jul 02 2018
Rank #9: S2E25: Celebrating 50 Years of Protecting our Most Scenic Rivers
This week on Outlandish we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic River Act, an Act that gives back to our splendid rivers by armoring them against the pressures of the outside world. Listen in as we follow its origin story and the brothers who made it happen.
Nov 12 2018
Rank #10: Ep.4 Chop. Chop. Chop.
Jun 29 2017
Rank #11: S2E24: Matt Rinella- Hunting with Llamas
Today on Outlandish our guest reporter Monica Gokey has a chat with rangeland researcher and llama packing hunter, Matt Rinella. When it comes to public lands and hunting, Matt and his llamas have some great stories.
Nov 05 2018
Rank #12: S2E14: Dan Seffeirt: Ice Patch Archaeology
On this bonus episode of Outlandish, I dig deeper into glaciers with an amazing geologist: Dan Seffeirt. He explains "ice patch archaeology" and how glaciers impact our ecosystems.
Sep 03 2018
Rank #13: Ep.7 The Great American Road Trip: Part I
Sep 28 2017
Rank #14: Ep.9 A National Natural Deficiency
Nov 03 2017
Rank #15: Secret Climbs in the Big Choss
Producer Nick Mott moved to Montana about a year ago. He’s an avid rock climber – and he noticed something really weird when he first moved there: It was super hard to find information on where and what all the climbs were. People were tight-lipped. At the same time, social media meant all kinds of public lands were getting busier than ever. So he started wonder: What does sharing information – or being secret about it – mean for the places we play?
Jul 01 2019
Rank #16: S2E9: The Many Migrations
On this episode of Outlandish we explore a variety of migration types happening in our own backyard. Join us as we see what's happening in the air, in the water, and on the land as we bring in a special guest reporter to help us uncover these fascinating facts.
Jul 30 2018
Rank #17: S2E1 Iditarod. Did you?
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Welcome to Season 2 of Outlandish! For this episode, we traveled to Alaska to see the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Often referred to as “The Last Great Race,” this 1,000-mile long challenge is some of the roughest, most beautiful terrain Mother Nature has to offer.
Listen to this episode to hear us speak with the founders of The Iditarod. We hear their perspectives on what the event means to the state of Alaska and to the greater picture of humanity and our public lands.
Jun 04 2018
Rank #18: S2E3 Shangri La
On this episode of Outlandish, we explore one of the most beautiful bodies of water we've seen: Fossil Creek. We also learn about the history of the river, and it's relationship with the native people. Download this episode now to hear about a truly remarkable gym that's hidden in Arizona.
Jun 18 2018
Rank #19: S2E7: Wild Plans on Wild Lands!
On this episode of Outlandish we explore groups of individuals raising awareness on public lands and social issues at the same time.
Jul 16 2018
Rank #20: Ep.10 Get Out, Get Active, Be Heard
Feb 12 2018