She Goes Outdoors

She Goes Outdoors

Podcast by Julia Plugge

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June 2, 2021 130 min
Part 3 of the series on our state parks. Visit Iowa's state parks, check in with a phone app and win prizes - that simple! DNR representatives tell us how to participate. We have ultimate list of places where you can enjoy Iowa's outdoor activities - from the most popular parks to off-the-beaten-path areas. From primitive trail camping, RV sights or deluxe cabins, Iowa State Parks will fit your overnight desires. Hear ...
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Part 2 of the series on our state parks! From corner to corner are state parks we don't realize exist. Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area near Gering, Nebraska is just one of the hidden gems you must visit! Join us as Amanda Filipi, Education Specialists from Wildcat Hills tells about this rugged and beautiful park. We also touch on hidden gems in Iowa.
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In 2021, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is celebrating 100 years of inspiring outdoor adventures at our state park system. It began a century ago in 1921 with the establishment of Chadron State Park. Now, We talk rich history all the way through the present day. Hear how the state is celebrating, all year! Photo: Chadron State Park 1936
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May 11, 2021 44 min
It is spring storm season. Increasing winds, sky bright with lighting, rain plummeting to the ground - we take shelter, but what does wildlife do? What are animal behaviors before and during storms? Hang on to your umbrella, this episode just may blow you away!
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May 5, 2021 54 min
WildHERness was founded in May of 2020 in the midst of the pandemic and despite that, has become one of the fastest growing women's outdoor organizations in the state! Their mission is to create authentic sportswomen. They teach skills to empower women – providing the experience they need to recreate, hunt, fish and feed their families without having to rely on the help of anyone else! Join us as we chat with Jess Banes or ...
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Remember Sophia? Only a couple moons ago she was on our She Goes Outdoors Team! Well, now Sophia Gobber is Nebraska's newest female Conservation Officer! Hear about her experience through the Law Enforcement Academy and where she will be going next. She shares an inspirational message for all female outdoor enthusiast. Congratulations to all the new officers hitting the field this spring.
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Looking for an organic food source packed with protein and provides a density punch of nutrition? This episode we get into the practice of entomophagy. Amy Bousman explains the rich benefits behind eating insects. Cricket flour, fried larvae, a crustaceans are part of her diet - hear many reasons why!
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As a healthcare worker, the pandemic has brought in an excess amount of strain and stress in Amanda Peter's life. Hear how she turns to hunting as a way of curing the emotional pain. Amanda's dad and hunting mentor entered her heart warming story into the Take Em Hunting Challenge. You must hear this
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March 31, 2021 54 min
Are you using the OnX Mapping App on your outdoor adventures? At the end of the episode, you will install the GPS driven app to your mobile device. Turkey hunters use the app to view property boundaries and ownership information, but that is not all. OnX representatives and hunters themselves, Jared and Ben explain why OnX is necessary in the field. Remember the pun, “Better save than sorry!”
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March 29, 2021 54 min
Naturalist, Chelsea Ewen Rowcliffe is ready for the Stinging Nettles and Dandelions to start growing in her yard. Spring is for foraging tasty and healthy wild edibles. Because of her wealth of knowledge of wild plants, Chelsea is often asked, "Can I eat this?" She shares identification tips, resources, recipes and a lot more.
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March 19, 2021 57 min
Direct from the subscribers themselves, hear why they are sold on the She Goes Outdoors boxes! This episode we dedicate time to explaining the subscription boxes in detail. Our guests are three ladies from three different states that have purchased the boxes. You will seriously will want the fishing box after this episode!
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Spring is coming, are you ready for turkey season? We jump right into turkey talk with specialists. A conservation officer, biologist and experienced hunter join us for a great conversation on turkey hunting.
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February 25, 2021 35 min
In the month of March we will celebrate Nebraska Outdoor Women’s Month, or NOW as an acronym. Women have a rich history of outdoor exploration and conservation within Nebraska and have advocated for outdoor recreational opportunities. Hear more about NOW and how we are celebrating!
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Amy Cariotto is an avid outdoor enthusiasts that lives the outdoors 24/7. Week days she teaches Outdoor Adventures at a high school in Lincoln, NE. Starting from the ground up, learn how her passion has motivated the district to continue expanding outdoor skills across the schools. Two fold - we also talk snowshoeing! As an expert, she provides many tips to help beginners wanting to learn how to snowshoe.
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February 11, 2021 58 min
Karin Holder, co-owner of Raised Hunting always has her "face on"! As a little girl that grew up in middle of Washington D.C., hear how the culture of that time period still impacts her today. Her history leads us into a conversation why we, females "put our face on" to go hunting. Also learn Karin and her husband are sharing there hunting knowledge. Once a little girl, only able to help field dress her dad'...
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We dedicate the concepts that create Valentine's Day to wildlife! With lots of adult humor, we hear how our human Valentine's Day rituals compare to animal courtship. Lindsay Rogers, Wildlife and Education Division Administrator with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission dives into unique ways animals express their "love" for one another.
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Adults and youth alike are growing with the 4-H Shooting Sports program. Youth are learning safe and responsible use of firearms, the principles of hunting and archery, and more. Tammy Stuhr with University of Nebraska-Lincoln works at the grassroots level to a national trainer for shooting sports coordinators. She explains how we, adults can get involved AND how the program benefits ALL ages!
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Spend your late winter days outside shed hunting. Marissa Jensen and her hunting dogs, accomplished shed hunters, get into all details. We talk where, when, how and who to take! You will be ready to shed hunter after this episode!
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Ashley Peteresen, is MidwayUSA Foundation’s Northwest Program Manager. Ashley works with youth shooting sports teams from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, assisting teams in creating sustainable funding for their programs. Ashley was introduced to shooting sports at a young age. She participated in multiple different youth shooting sports programs through high school, competed on the University of Kentucky rifle team, ...
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Amy Bousman, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, talks about her first deer hunt. She truly hunts for the nutrition. Hear how she was "heart broken" in a different way that many hunters. Amy's story is very powerful.
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