What is "Kentucky Wild”? • Reports of an "Insect Apocalypse" • Why do spiders make great houseguests? • Rescuing a once mighty tree from extinction • Quilts made of wood• 

Listen by segment:

One: An interview with Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Program Coordinator Laura Burford about "Kentucky Wild", a program aimed at reconnecting us to our natural surroundings. LISTEN

Two: Entomologist Tom Myers on reports of an "insect apocalypse." • Transylvania University biologist James Wagner on what has eight legs, is largely misunderstood and makes an excellent houseguest. LISTEN

Three: EKU biologist Jennifer Koslow on why it's important to rescue the American Chestnut tree from extinction  Kentucky Humanities' Bill Goodman talks with an artist whose quilts are made of wood. LISTEN

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