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Oregon Grapevine: Raising animals for fiber, forest management, and more.

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Janelle McCoy stands outside with two lambs in her arms.
Janelle McCoy

Janelle McCoy raises a variety of animals for fiber, weed eradication, fire mitigation, and their personalities.
She speaks with host, Barbara Dellenback, about her past careers in music and community benefit organizations, and her current life on the farm.

Janelle McCoy

Barbara Dellenback returned to KLCC in December 2017 after pursuing other radio gigs and fundraising for community benefit organizations. She's host of the KLCC podcast The Oregon Grapevine. You can hear her on the radio hosting Weekend Edition, Morning Edition, and All Things Considered.
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