Get ready for the great outdoors! Listen in to explore nature, wildlife and the best of life outside. Pick up pro tips for camping, cooking and more. Host Cecilia Nasti takes you along as both outdoor experts and everyday people reveal why life’s better outside, Under the Texas Sky.
Wanderlist – Future State Parks
There’s a lot of steps to becoming a State Park. In this edition of Under the Texas Sky's Wanderlist, producer Randall Maxwell and TPW Magazine Editor, Louie Bond, discuss future State Parks currently in development. We’ll also visit with biologist and Natural Resources Coordinator for State Parks Andy Sipocz about an up and coming State Natural Area just outside of Houston.
The Texas State Parks Ambassador Program connects conservation-minded young adults with recreation and volunteer opportunities to foster a new generation of state park stewards. All you need is leadership or volunteer experience and a love for our state parks. Learn more on the podcast.
Wanderlist: Surprising Geology
Texas has a lot of incredible geology and many natural wonders. On this edition of the Wanderlist, we'll discuss what and where some of these iconic geological oddities exist, plus share some of your Instagram entries for the strangest formations in the state.
Texas is known as the cowboy capital of the world, and there is a rich history of songs about cowboys and cowboy culture, and poetry as well. And we get a taste of both on the podcast.
Great Parks for Kids
Kids love the outdoors and there’s no better adventure for them than a Texas State Park. On this episode of Under The Texas Sky’s Wanderlist, we’ll tell you about great state parks for kids and family memories that will last a lifetime.
The Girl Who Loves Parks
On this podcast meet Erin Freiboth. She helps to promote Texas State Parks; once you hear the podcast you'll understand why she's a perfect fit for the job. We doubt you can get through the podcast without smiling or planning a park visit.
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