In the season four finale of Tennessee Valley Uncharted, hosts Erick Baker and Aerial Nicole reflect on their adventures from the past season.
Erick Baker and Aerial Nicole visit makers all around the Tennessee Valley, from Appalachian folk artisans to pizza makers and beer brewers.
It's all about preservation as Erick and Aerial visit nature trails, science labs, and historic site.
Solar anomalies, rooftops, and scavenger hunts—it’s all things solar and wind on this episode of Tennessee Valley Uncharted.
Erick Baker explores rock n' roll legend Elvis Presley’s birthplace and Nobel laureate William Faulkner's resting place.
Aerial Nicole gets schooled on how to deal with emergencies like fires and hazardous materials at an Emergency Response Training Center in Jasper, Tennessee.
Aerial explores fly fishing, duck hunting, and learns more about stocking efforts by local fisheries environmental groups to ensure local economic and ecological wellness.
Erick and Aerial learn how others are, well, learning! From powerful simulators and cutting-edge cameras to First LEGO League robotics, the pair "get smart".
Erick and Aerial explore all things water in this episode from kayaking to paddleboarding on the Ocoee and Clinch River.
Aerial tries her hand at deer hunting and spoiler alert, first time’s a charm! Meanwhile, Erick Baker as he gets an exclusive look at a unique Elk and Bison Prairie in Kentucky’s beautiful Land Between the Lakes area.
Our hosts take on two very different terrains. While Aerial is riding up and around Raccoon Mountain, Erick is getting deep into Stephens Gap Cave.
Hosts Erick Baker and Aerial Nicole do the camping thing…in downtown Memphis!
Erick tackles bass fishing on Guntersville Lake and discovers how certain groups make sure the water is biodiverse, clean and navigable. He then takes a few detours that lead him to Brownsville and Memphis where he chows down and goes on an archery adventure.
Host Erick Baker is ‘Bama-bound on the first episode of Tennessee Valley Uncharted. His mission today: Space Camp – Adult Space Camp that is, at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.