(Check your local listings for channel information)
Season 3 – Episode 39 – Paddlefish Returned to Caddo Lake
Students, cattleman, landowners, Caddo Lake Institute, Collins Academy, Federal & State agencies, and others all cooperate on a project that returns the ancient paddlefish, equipped with radio transmitters, back to the waters of Caddo Lake and the Big Cypress Creek.
Season 3 – Episode 38 – Rocosa Ridge Ranch
Award winning ranch manages rangelands for catttle grazing, endangered species habitat, white-tailed deer, and water resources
Season 3 – Episode 37 – National Environmental Stewardship Award Recipient
Frank & Sims Price Ranch, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Environmental Stewardship Awards Program National Recipient, is featured for their exemplary conservation and grazing management.
Season 3 - Episode 36 – Texas Youth Hunting Program
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department & Texas Wildlife Association partner with landowners throughout the state to conduct Texas Youth Hunts. OUT ON THE LAND brings you a glimpse of this Super Hunt held near Fredericksburg, Texas, in this episode.
Season 3 - Episode 35 – Ecological Sites plus the Society for Range Management
Learn why landscapes grow different kinds, amounts, and proportions of plant species and how management can make a difference. Also learn about the Society for Range Management and why everyone with an interest in rangelands should join.
Season 3 – Episode 34
Ranching in Chihuahuan Desert, grazing for wildlife habitat, and range improvements
Season 3 – Episode 33
Montana cattle ranch, grazing management, water & forages for range improvement.
Season 3 – Episode 32
Dixon Water Foundation manages west Texas cattle ranch for water quality and quantity, grazing techniques demonstrated.
Season 3 – Episode 31
Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, waterfowl research & management on the Gulf Coast, ocelot habitat research. and information about Texas A&M University at Kingsville and the College of Agriculture.
Season 3 – Episode 30
Dow AgroSciences cooperates with Kentucky’s Eden Shale Farm, forage selection, treatment, planning, and management. (This is the second episode on the Eden Shale Farm but you don’t need to have seen the first one to watch and enjoy this one.)
Season 3 – Episode 29
Kentucky demonstration farm in the Eden Shale Formation, the shift from research to demonstrations and from tobacco production to forages, Cooperating partners include: Kentucky Beef Network, Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association, University of Kentucky and Dow AgroSciences Range & Pasture Specialists.
Season 3 – Episode 28
Know your carrying capacity, range & pasture specialists determine cattle demand & forage supply
Season 3 - Episode 27
Wetland restoration for waterfowl on cattle ranch, deer nutrition, and when a conservation practice isn’t.