"Outdoor Idaho" has begun its 31st year of celebrating the incredible richness of our state. Shot entirely on location in high definition resolution, Outdoor Idaho explores the beauty, the drama, and the science of nature, while examining the significant environmental and resource issues facing the west. Since 1983, through every season and several economic downturns, Outdoor Idaho has persevered, producing nearly 300 shows to date. The program has won hundreds of national and regional awards, including Emmys, New York Film Festival and Edward R. Murrow awards, making Outdoor Idaho the most honored half hour program in the Intermountain West. Whether it's a pack trip into the Sawtooths, a rodeo in Council, a profile on the Palouse or a fishing excursion on Lake Pend Oreille, each program offers insights into what it means to be an Idahoan.

Outdoor Idaho - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: None

Outdoor Idaho - Idaho State University - Netflix

Idaho State University (ISU) is a public research university in Pocatello, Idaho. Founded 117 years ago in 1901 as the Academy of Idaho, ISU offers more than 280 programs at its main campus and at locations in Meridian, Idaho Falls, and Twin Falls. It is the state's designated lead institution in health professions and medical education. There are 48 U.S. states and 59 countries represented at ISU and 285 programs, including Master's and Doctorate programs. The student-teacher ratio is 17:1, gender of students is 44 percent male, 56 percent female, and ISU has more than 160 clubs and organizations. Enrollment for the fall semester in 2012 stood at 14,209, including 12,143 undergraduate students and 2,066 graduate students. The elevation of its main campus in Pocatello is approximately 4,550 feet (1,390 m) above sea level.

Outdoor Idaho - Notable alumni - Netflix

Evan Dietrich-Smith – Green Bay Packers offensive lineman, Super Bowl XLV winner Jared Allen – retired NFL defensive end who played for the Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers Charles Potts – a prominent counter-culture poet and publisher Don Aslett – author, speaker and founder of Varsity Contractors Inc. Ron Boone – current Utah Jazz announcer and former ABA player Wally Buono – current Canadian Football League head coach; winningest coach in CFL history Bill Byrne – athletic director, Texas A&M University Jeff Charleston – New Orleans Saints defensive end D. J. Clark – Green Bay Packers defensive back Jeff Cook – former NBA player Stacy Dragila – 2000 Olympic gold medalist, women's pole vault Matt Gutierrez – Chicago Bears quarterback Merril Hoge – ESPN commentator and former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Eddie Johnson – punter Stanley L. Klos – author, professional basketball player in Italy, United States Senate elections, 1994 West Virginia Republican nominee. Dirk Koetter – current Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach, former head coach for Boise State and Arizona State Football Marvin Lewis – Cincinnati Bengals head coach James A. McClure – former U.S. senator Bruce Nelson – CEO, Office Depot William Petersen – actor, star of CSI: Las Vegas Ed Sanders – boxer, 1952 Olympic gold medalist Antonio Taguba – retired United States Army major general Sue Ane Langdon – actress Shay Carl Butler – YouTube content creator. Co-Founder of Maker Studios Roger Williams – pianist

Outdoor Idaho - References - Netflix