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America Outdoors: Minnesota: A Better World

In the finale, Baratunde travels to one of the last places where you can hike or paddle into the remote wilderness. He meets with enthusiastic birders and harvesters of wild rice to hear why wilderness means so much to them.

By Christina Zeiders

America Outdoors: Tidewater: Homecoming

Baratunde explores a swamp, soars above the dunes on a Wright Brothers glider and tracks wild horses on the beach in North Carolina.

By Christina Zeiders

The Green Planet: Human Worlds

“We can all work with plants to help make our world a little wilder. Our future will be safer and healthier, and, in my experience at least, we will also be happier. Plants are our most ancient allies.”

By Christina Zeiders

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America Outdoors: From L.A. Surfers to Appalachian Beekeepers

Baratunde meets a record-breaking hiker, former coal miners who now raise bees, and activists who want to make the outdoors more accessible.

By Christina Zeiders

The Green Planet: Seasonal Worlds

“The Green Planet” discovers what happens to plants in regions subjected to relentless changes from the four seasons.

By Christina Zeiders

America Outdoors in the Wilds of Idaho

Life on the American frontier is evolving. In Idaho: Tied to the Land, Baratunde ventures into the wilds of Idaho to explore its outdoor culture.

By Christina Zeiders

Sir David Attenborough Hosts “The Green Planet”

“The Green Planet” takes us on a journey that goes beyond the power of the human eye to reveal the stunning, hidden lives of plants. Watch Wednesdays at 8pm on WITF TV or the PBS Video app starting July 6.

By Christina Zeiders

America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston

“America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston” explores the diverse landscapes across the U.S. and how these regions shape the way Americans work, play and interact with the outdoors. Watch Tuesdays at 9pm (starting July 5) on the PBS Video app or WITF TV.

By Christina Zeiders

“Changing Planet” Monitors Climate Change Over Time

From the Arctic to the Amazon, vulnerable habitats are changing, revealing surprising animal behaviors as species adapt.

By Christina Zeiders