Cathy Bradberry

Host, Producer

Cathy Bradberry has worked for South Carolina Public Radio for more than 10 years. Currently host and producer of Earth Sense She started by managing operations on weekends and producing local content. She currently produces a number of daily programs ranging in topics from classical music to recycling and education. She has received a Masters in Education from Columbia College. As Production Manager for Song Travels, Bradberry coordinates all stages of production and corresponds with artists, talent agencies, and studios.

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If you’ve ever walked into your kitchen and immediately smelled an appalling odor, then take note because here are some quick and easy ways to remove kitchen odors.  That garbage disposal is often the culprit of bad odors, so save lemon or citrus rinds and run them through the disposal once or twice a month.  


May Home Projects

May 10, 2017

The weather has been really nice lately, so take advantage by checking off some of these May home projects.  This is prime growing season for weeds, so stay ahead of the barrage with regular weeding.  While you're outdoors, take a few minutes to clean, oil, and sharpen those garden tools for the season.  And always clean and dry your trusted tools after use to prolong their usefulness.  


Kitchen Gardener

May 9, 2017

If you’re a gardener, or just looking for ways to control pests around your home, there’s one place where you can find a number of items you may not have thought of.  There’s no need to purchase caustic ant killers, just boil a large pot of water and pour it over the ant mound.  Be sure you have enough to cover the entire pile.  


This time of the year, there are a lot of things to celebrate, but keep in mind when planning your celebrations that releasing balloons as part of your event is not a good idea.  Michelle Pate , DNR Sea Turtle Program Coordinator, says that released balloons “end up in our waterways once they deflate. 


Outdoor Kitchens

May 5, 2017

  Your patio is the perfect spot for summer dining, but before you head out to buy a new grill think about what kind of outdoor kitchen might be right for you.


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