We'll be taking a three week break as we ask for viewer support of public broadcasting. You can offer support here if you appreciate what we're doing.
When we come back March 25th, we explore the wintery world of fat bikes and try pedaling across a snowy path in the woods near the metro. Despite the proximity to a few million people, we find ourselves removed from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Chef Curt whips up another specialty for us and we learn the importance behind the monarch migration.
Then in future episodes, we'll be visiting Goose Fest and learning about the Sandhill Crane populations that visit Minnesota. This will feature the unique season on cranes and an epic Canada goose hunt. We'll also learn about a program offered to farms that are doing their part to ensure the water that leaves their property is healthy. Plus, off-road wheelchairs, bowfishing, and a special day on the Minnesota River chasing rough fish-and then eating them. How will they taste? Find out later this season on Prairie Sportsman!
If you missed our latest episode, click here to view our trip to the Sax-Zim Bog in northeastern Minnesota. It's been one of our favorite episodes so far this year!
-Bret Amundson, host Prairie Sportsman