She Goes Outdoors

She Goes Outdoors

Podcast by Julia Plugge

Episodes

May 24, 2024 48 mins
Tying flies for Erin Hyde is more than just a craft. Under the name She Ties Flies, Erin and Alex Burnett create collaborative art by combining fly tying and digital media. The visual/auditory stimulation and relaxation that can result in ASMA (autonomous sensory meridian response) has many "hooked". She shares how her love for natural fibers and fishing essentially spin together. https://shetiesflies.com/about-she-ties-flies/
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Amy Buckendahl turned to falconry after loosing vision in an eye. Hear how hunting with rescued falcons benefits both her and the bird. Amy's conservation methods are also practiced on the family farm where she shares her successes each year with the public.
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March 13, 2024 41 mins
Land that is deprived of fire is deprived of natural beneficial plants for that particular ecosystem. Prescribed burn, also known as a controlled burn involves a team of experts plan fires to maintain the health of a grassland or forest. Ashley Oblander, a Prescribed Fire Specialist with Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever explains the process and why fire is so beneficial. Learn more: https://nebraskapf.com/prescribed-fire/
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February 20, 2024 39 mins
She Goes Outdoors hosts don't often meet in person - but when they do the conversations are powerful. In January, the three ladies, Julia, Tanna and Rachel met at the Midwest Association Fish and Wildlife Agency gathered in South Dakota to brainstorm, collaborate and celebrate accomplishments.
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February 1, 2024 45 mins
Do you notice a decline in wild turkey populations across Nebraska or other areas across the United States? Two females on the University of Nebraska Lincoln team shares how a wild turkey research project aims to provide Nebraska Game and Parks with actionable science to inform management decisions in an effort to reserve the current decline in turkey populations. Very cool stuff! The SGO team nerded out on this topic.... join us...
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January 24, 2024 43 mins
Kelsey Fleming is currently the Iowa DNR Habitat Resources Coordinator. Hear how her experience growing up on a farm continues to pave her career pathway. As a newlywed, Kelsey conservation destination included a "Huntingmoon" with her husband.
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December 12, 2023 43 mins
The season of gift giving is here! Need a special gift for the outdoor enthusiast in your life? The SGO team shares their lists (nudge nudge to their husbands), plus they recommend a variety of outdoor experiences and goods that will be enjoyed by your loved ones.
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November 22, 2023 43 mins
It all started just as a "job" spraying weeds so she could work outdoors. While controlling the unwanted plants, Rose developed a passion for habitat and conservation management. Hear how Rose Danaher's love for the outdoors morphed into a avid upland game hunter and her current position as a Outdoor Skills specialist.
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October 26, 2023 40 mins
Beautiful Colorado mountains, bugling bulls and friendly elk hunters welcomed three adventures ladies from Kansas. After setting up camp, the three tossed on their camo clothes and headed out to hunt bears!
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October 19, 2023 37 mins
The days of believing that all of our female ancestors were JUST gathers are OVER. Scientists (female scientist) have discovered 11,000 female remains holding hunting equipment. WHAT? So, why have we been lead to believe only men were the hunters and mom did the gathering? Article sourced in the conversation: https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2023/07/01/1184749528/men-are-hunters-women-are-gatherers-that-was-the-assump...
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July 26, 2023 62 mins
On the water, Rachel Piacenza is catching more than just fish. Women, like her are spending time on the water for the life changing benefits. Research shows the real catch isn’t something you can hold or see – but something you can feel (RBFF). Rachel shares how the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation is communicating this message to us, ladies! What is happening now and whats to come? Hear the podcast and then check o...
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July 19, 2023 62 mins
Known by many as the "Urban Oasis", the Great Plains Nature Center located in Witcha, KS is enjoyed by all ages. Emily Davis, Director of Educational Programs and Certified Interpretive Guide takes us through a verbal tour. Her enthusiasm will have you in the car ready to check the center out! Family outing or a school field trip, there is something for everyone. Take a virtual tour - https://gpnc.org/building-tour/
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July 6, 2023 43 mins
Looking for something to do with her sons, at 40 years old, Diana Kincaid traveled to Wyoming to participate in a fly fishing workshop. Shortly after that all female workshop, Dianna started leading her own fly fishing trainings at Nebraska's BOW. She is also mentoring breast cancer patients with the Casting for Recovery. Diana shares her fly fishing journey, talks techniques and explains why this outdoor sport is more than jus...
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June 21, 2023 52 mins
Who truly understands how to overcome unique barriers women face when embarking on a hunt? Other women, yes, they understand one another needs to be successful in the field. Women mentors are sharing their hunting knowledge, experiences and heritage with other females on their journey to the hunt through programs such as Share the HERitage. This network of female hunters reply on each other for knowledge, shared experiences, an...
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May 11, 2023 31 mins
The Yuma Desert Doves Program, coordinated by Catherine Thompson, Yuma community, and the Arizona Game and Fish, is teaching females how to hunt through a real infield experience. A unique opportunities taking newcomers from the dove field to hunting Havelinas. SGO guest, Catherine Thompson tells all about the safe and fun ladies program happening in Arizona.
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May 4, 2023 36 mins
Peek into the past and see how women have shaped the wild places of North America, with Monica Macoubrie, Wildlife Education Specialist with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. We suggest reading Monica's article along with listening to this episode! https://magazine.outdoornebraska.gov/2023/03/the-women-of-conservation/
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March 25, 2023 47 mins
Toss on your boots, grab the spile and bucket - its time to capture one of nature's sweetest gifts! March is maple syrup month in the state of Minnesota. Hearing about the process from Katie Chapman will have you licking your lips and reaching for the pancakes and venison! Yes, maple syrup on venison. https://www.mnmaple.org/
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March 15, 2023 65 mins
What is a book you read as child that fired you up to be outdoors? Have a book you couldn't put down? A book that sparked your interest of the great outdoors? "Echo (Living Wild with the Orions) has been that book for both youth and adults. Author, Ron Rohrbaugh shares his experience with writing the book and provides insight on whats to come.
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February 9, 2023 61 mins
The beaver, master carpenters of the Animal Kingdom are building more than a luxury protective shelter and raise young. Also known as ecosystem engineers, beaver dams beneficially alter the surrounding environment more than any other mammal. Biodiversity began to suffer as beaver populations diminished - but why? How is a structure built by America's largest rodent so important to the natural landscape? Human built dams, Beave...
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January 25, 2023 46 mins
Peeing or pooping outdoors is a real concern for women. We are human, when you got to go - you got to go! No hiding the truth, the process is not comfortable and can be messy. While we are this barefaced topic, seems fitting to also talk about the menstrual cycle. In light of these dilemmas, long time outdoor expert, Christy Christiansen offers tips, tricks and devises that will help. As mentioned in the beginning of this e...
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