Kathy Costello

Host / Producer

Kathy Costello has been WNKU's Celtic music host for nearly two decades.  She also produces and hosts WNKU's daily environmental feature, the Earth Calendar.

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Rain barrels continue to grow in popularity across the country. However, one of its biggest drawbacks is their dull appearance.  

It’s going to take a whole lot of firewood to keep the cast iron kettles boiling when Kenton County Parks & Recreation’s Sugar Camp gets going in a few weeks! A prep work day has been scheduled for Saturday, January 31st from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm to gather, haul, split, and stack firewood in preparation for Sugar Camp. 

Calling all local food producers! If you have been curious about what it takes to sell to local grocery stores, schools, and restaurants, are interested in selling through Our Harvest's local food hub and if you are a local grower who wants to make sure you're following food safety best practices on your farm or garden, you are invited to Our Harvest for Wholesale Success: A FREE Workshop on Post-Harvest Handling, Marketing, and On-Farm Food Safety.  

Are you or someone you know interested in water quality? EPA and other federal agencies have launched the Nutrient Sensor Challenge, a competition open to anyone to develop affordable, accurate sensors to measure nutrients in aquatic environments. 

Across the country this winter season, families are gathering around fires in woodstoves or fireplaces. But how you build that fire – and what you burn – can have a significant impact on air quality and health, both inside your home and out.