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Pioneer PBS story gathering crews cover a wide geographic area
Carol Heen

Download a photo of Dylan Curfman, videographer/editor of Prairie Sportsman

Pioneer PBS film crews are fanning out across the region this summer to record thoughtful and thought provoking stories. Wherever the videographers and producers go, they are aiming to ignite a love of learning, to deepen understanding, broaden horizons and to connect the people of the Upper Midwest to the world.

Prairie Sportsman recent and upcoming story locations include: 

Chisago City, Chaska, Lac qui Parle Wildlife Management Area, the U of M Raptor Center in St. Paul, Crow-Hassan Park Reserve near Rogers, Duluth, Whitewater State Park and Alexandria.

Postcards recent and upcoming locations include: 

New London, Madison, Wisconsin, Milan, Grand Forks, Battle Lake, Renville, Decorah, Iowa and Sweden.

Compass recent and upcoming locations include: 

Granite Falls, Alexandria, Luverne, Rushmore, Morton, Murdock, Dawson, Willmar, Adrian, St. James, Butterfield and Montevideo.  

PY&G upcoming locations include: 

The University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Duluth, Sioux Falls, Otsego, Coon Rapids, Vergas, Morris, and Danvers. 

The public is encouraged to contact Pioneer PBS with story ideas.  For more information email yourtv@pioneer.org or call 1-800-726-3178.


About Pioneer PBS

Established in 1966, Pioneer PBS is an award-winning, viewer-supported television station dedicated to sharing local stories of the region with the world. For more information visit: www.pioneer.org.