January 5, 2009
December 22, 2008 Talking Plants Entry #196
December 11, 2008 NPR Talking Plants blogger Ketzel Levine begins to talk about being laid off this week.
December 7, 2008 If you happen to be a vegetarian, the news that a farmer's been losing money on his cattle and has decided to sell them is a good thing. The equation's very simple: fewer cows, fewer cows slaughtered.
October 14, 2008 From flowering dahlia to mountain snow storms and on to an October summer day in Chicago: a few days on the road with NPR's Ketzel Levine.
September 8, 2008 Couple weeks back, I checked in from eastern Oregon while I was out there on assignment. You can now read the story I was chasing, and better yet, hear it. I love recording n
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August 19, 2008 Lying in a mountain river on a 100 degree day turns out to an excellent reason to live. Who knew? The secret is long underwear, fleece and a well-fitted dry suit. The ability to think or swim are optional.
August 15, 2008 I'm about 300 miles east of where I was when last we met. I have left the gardenesque Pacific Northwest behind. I'm now in the Wallowa Mountains of eastern Oregon, where the rolling hills a