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Episode Schedule

 

April 11/12, 2020  (ITO 1901) – Kids 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”.

April 18/19, 2020 (ITO 1902) Game Bird Quest
Hungry for healthy food, two kids turn their kitchen raid into a quest for wild game! Join our adventurers as they test their skills in hunter safety, go pheasant hunting, and experience the rewards to feeding their families wild, renewable resources.

April 25/26, 2020 (ITO 1906) Wild About Walleye
Our ITO youth leaders are tasked with preparing a special fish dinner for their grandparent by catching one of the most prized fish, the walleye! They must dive into fish biology, master fishing techniques, and crack myths in order to discover avenues for others to sustainably harvest this elusive fish all year round.

May 02/03, 2020 (ITO 1903) 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!

May 09/10, 2020 (ITO 1907) Florida Fishin’ Fun-Fest
Two ITO teens explore a day in the life of a fishing guide in Everglades National Park fishing the saltwater labyrinth in the mangroves. They discover the secrets to the art of fishing for red-fish, snook and sea trout while learning the challenges of becoming the Everglade’s newest “junior fishing guides”.

May 16/17, 2020 (ITO 1904) 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.

May 23/24, 2020 (ITO 1908) High Schooling for Bass
Discover the pathways to forming or joining your school’s bass fishing club by fishing with two ITO teens as they team up with a high school state fishing champ to learn the easy steps to forming a fishing club.

May 30/31, 2020 (ITO 1905) Clovis Kids Cookoff
What begins as an anthropology assignment at the mammoth museum turns into a cave-man discovery cookoff where the kids learn and test their “Clovis” skills for securing wild game to feed their clan. The kids even get cast back in time 15,000 years to test their survival skills against Paleo mega-fauna such as woolly mammoths.

June 06/07, 2020 (ITO 1909) Crazy for Crappies
What happens when a kid is challenged by his teacher to become a more sustainable steward for Planet Earth … by going fishing? Join our young adventurer as he dives into fish conservation and discovers the great eating, family fun, and environmental rewards to fishing.

June 13/14, 2020 (ITO 1701) Sensible Sustainable Solutions  
Our ITO “green team” travel around the countryside exploring sustainable options and solutions to healthier lives, lands and waters. Using a combination of their drone’s eyes in the sky, on the ground experts and digging into the earth itself, they reveal how everyone can make the Planet more sustainable.

June 20/21, 2020 (ITO 1705) Dam Removal & Restoration
This show reveals how one community struggled to discover the real worth of their river, then worked through the social, emotional and scientific aspects of removing their dam. Watch this program and you’ll also see how they used similar emotion in science to help in restoring an ecosystem that had been impounded for over 100 years.

June 27/28, 2020 (ITO 1601) Soybean Sustainability
Follow our hosts and Coolbean, the coolest soybean around, as they discover the ways that the soybean industry is environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable. What does the future hold for soybeans? Watch to find out!

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Broadcasting quality E/I youth television programming that fulfills FCC station requirements, while educating and entertaining audiences is vital to stations. That's why a growing wave of network affiliates is airing the Emmy-winning content of Into the Outdoors. Be sure to check our coverage map often as we're constantly expanding our network and living up to our awards as the Top Youth Program in the Midwest.