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Minnesota: A Better WorldS1 Ep6 |Baratunde travels to northern Minnesota to find out what the wild means to Americans today
Tidewater: HomecomingS1 Ep5 |On the North Carolina coast, Baratunde discovers how history shapes the outdoors.
Appalachia: A Different WayS1 Ep4 |In Appalachia, Baratunde meets the people changing how we see and interact with nature.
Los Angeles: It’s a VibeS1 Ep3 |Baratunde explores his adopted hometown of LA to connect with the outdoors in a big city.
Idaho: Tied to the LandS1 Ep2 |Life on the frontier is evolving and Baratunde is in search of Idaho’s outdoor culture.
Death Valley: Life BloomsS1 Ep1 |It’s the hottest place on Earth, but Death Valley is remarkably full of life and beauty.
Understory | What's It Like To Be A FalconerBaratunde meets a falconer who believes that humans and animals can coexist together.
Understory | Rock Climbing's Troubled Route Naming TraditionBaratunde meets a rock climber who is working to diversify the sport.
Understory | How the Houseplant Boom Fueled Plant PoachingBaratunde meets a plant parent who is bringing awareness to the issue of plant poaching.
Understory | The Fossil Hunter Uncovering Florida’s PastBaratunde meets a Florida fossil hunter and learns how this hobby contributes to science.
Understory | Meet the Suburban Deer Hunters of Long IslandBaratunde meets a female suburban bowhunter to discuss how the sport is changing.
Understory | The Scientist Surfing to Fight Climate ChangeBaratunde meets a surfer scientist in Hawaii who is trying to protect the corals reefs.
America Outdoors: Understory PreviewAmerica Outdoors: Understory explores the unexpected places and ways we encounter nature.
About America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston
Follow Baratunde Thurston, bestselling author and podcaster, as he explores the country’s diverse landscapes to see how they shape the way we work, play and interact with the outdoors. From coal miners turned beekeepers in Appalachia to Black surfers catching waves in L.A., uncover a deeper understanding of our passionate and complex relationship with the natural world.