OUTDOOR LA EPISODE GUIDE
E1: SANTA CATALINA ISLAND
This episode captures underwater scenes in a kelp forest with children as the explorers. Trails leading to inspiring vistas as the sun sets and thoughtful reflection during a camp fire provides memorable moments where children can imagine themselves there. The emerald blue cove, majestic cliffs, the sun’s faint halo in the light fog - a reminder that wild places like these are essential for our mental and physical wellbeing. Nature is all around us, we just need to look.
E2: CAMP SKYHOOK ECO-VAN PROGRAM
"If kids can't go to camp, camp will go to them" - This became the mantra of the Skyhook Eco Van Program. This episode shares the hopeful story of the program and how it serves children during the pandemic.
E3: THE GARDENS
Since the beginning of humankind, gardens have fed our bodies, calmed our minds, and nourished our souls. Explore two of LA's iconic gardens on Outdoor LA.
E4: USS IOWA
Located in the port of LA, this battleship has integrated itself into the local community as a tourist attraction, place of exploration, and educational resource. Join us as we journey through time to learn more about this historic site.
E5: HEAL THE BAY
The Heal the Bay organization is based in Santa Monica Beach, one of the most well-known in Los Angeles. Discover about the organization's mission and how you can contribute.
E6: THE LA RIVER
The Los Angeles River runs through our neighborhood, and with the help of the Friends of the LA River, the once-dry natural river, formerly known as a cement channel, is recovering.