This food truck takes a southern classic, and adds some west coast flare. On this week’s Taste This, Central Oregon Daily’s Meghan Glova heads to Curb B Q
On this Get Outside, sponsored by Pro Caliber Motorsports, Central Oregon Daily’s Meghan Glova gets a lesson in camping basics from The Gear Fix.
In this week’s Origin Story, Samantha O’Connor introduces us to a rancher who is doing things a little differently.
Hobbs Magaret at Sisters Cattle Co. is passionate about helping the environment and helping feed his community in the healthiest way possible. Magaret is popular on TikTok for sharing his ideas about regenerative agriculture. If you’d like to learn more or order meat, head to sisterscattleco.com
Salmon flies and stone flies are hatching on the Deschutes River, making this one of the high points of Central Oregon’s dry fly fishing season.
On this week’s Great Outdoors, sponsored by Parr Lumber, Brooke Snavely shows us big bugs that catch lots of trout on the lower Deschutes River.
Two years ago, a fire ignited by illegal fireworks scorched 10 acres of Pilot Butte. The fire forced evacuations of two apartment complexes, closed Highway 20 and cut power to nearly 30,000 people.
On this edition of The Great Outdoors, sponsored by Parr Lumber, Brooke Snavely shows us how the burn area is healing.
Another wildlife passage has been installed on Highway 97 south of Bend. Its purpose is to reduce the number of deer and elk hit and killed by cars, and make the highway safer for motorists.
On this week’s Great Outdoors, sponsored by Parr Lumber, Brooke Snavely takes us on a tour of the new wildlife under crossing near Gilchrist.
The bighorn sheep population on Hart Mountain in southeast Oregon has declined by more than half the past two years, putting the population at risk of disappearing.
On this week’s Great Outdoors, sponsored by Parr Lumber, Brooke Snavely explores development of a plan to save the bighorn sheep and how the public can participate.
Survival Skills – Fun to learn and important to know should anything go wrong when you’re adventuring. And things DO go wrong.In this episode of the Great Outdoors, Brook Snavely visits with a survival expert at the Portland Sportsman Show before the COVID-19 Lockdown was in place.
Oregon Hop Springs is a product that combines two of Central Oregon’s most precious resources: water and hops. The combination might sound odd, but one Sisters couple begs to differ. Cindy and Dave Glick created the non-alocholic hop water in their retirement and they are ready to share it with the world! You can find Oregon Hop Springs at multiple locations in Central Oregon and at their website oregonhopsprings.com