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Shasta Regional CF Apr 18
A collaboration of local organizations will soon make possible the reconstruction of underinsured homes lost in the , initial funding in part from a $200,000 grant from the Community Disaster Relief Fund. Read more at
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California Department of Consumer Affairs 19h
Shasta County - don't miss this rebuilding workshop, May 2 in Redding.
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Andrew Yrigollen Apr 14
It was the in Redding, Ca. that had the huge firenado.
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NPS Fire & Aviation Apr 16
Last year, the burned 229,651 acres in & around Whiskeytown NRA, changing landscape in the park & nearby lands. This past Nov. key stakeholders met to identify significant successes or issues during fire response & lessons learned. Learn more at
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Alex Withrow Apr 16
Talked about a few weeks ago with a classmate and we found out we like to read similar books. I had ever so briefly mentioned I lost almost all of my books in the . Today she showed up to class with a box of books for me 😭😭 some people are so kind!!
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Alayna Shulman Apr 16
Officials might have been better off assembling a more advanced team to fight the earlier than they did, the National Park Service said in a review of the fire released today. More:
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🍑🍑Frankie Wallace 🍑🍑 Apr 15
Replying to @DavidAstinWalsh
It's maddening to helplessly watch your hometown burn, those feelings are right back at the top of my scale today seeing the pics from Notre Dame. I am reminded that summer is approaching, those of us in here in CA wonder what's in store for this year.
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Action News Now Apr 16
The Redding City Council will vote tonight on whether the city will remain in a local state of emergency after the .
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Action News Now Apr 18
READ THIS REPORT: What lessons were learned by the National Park Service about the fighting of the 178,752 acre Carr Fire in August? Here's the new report.
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Action Restoration Apr 15
The impacted over 200,000 acres of treasured land across California. Committed to protecting all walks of life, first responders from California Department of Fish and Wildlife and California...
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Susie Kocher Apr 17
Convergence zones for winds in N Sac Valley focused the Fire Fire at extremely low humidity led to fire tornado
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WalkSanFrancisco.Com Apr 12
Walking San Francisco & Thinking Out Loud From my journal notes during the I've walked the historic waterfront at dawn in San Francisco dozens of times over the past twelve…
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Action News Now Apr 13
Big day for baseball and for first responders! Simpson University raised money for scholarships on First Responders Day at Tiger Field.
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Sherry Barkas Apr 14
Beautiful story of love and survival by colleague at our sister paper in Redding: Carr Fire cat 'Millie' makes it home to Redding 8 months after fire via
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NPS Ranger News Apr 17
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Public Land Lover Apr 13
Replying to @publiclandlvr
I'm so pleased because the burned almost every living thing on our property and we are want for habitat now.
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MarthaRunsTheWorld Apr 13
Episode 9 is with Ryan Spitz of Shasta Trail Runs. He talks about the devastation of the Carr Fire and rebuilding his company.
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Public Land Lover Apr 13
. has our own but without crowds or traffic. Also, these poppies are growing in the scar, a testament that "where flowers bloom so does hope."
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Public Land Lover Apr 10
I took these two photos this afternoon. They are less than a mile apart and both within the scar of the . Lots of lessons here and I am grateful for all of them.
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BELFOR Apr 13
TODAY on heartsofheroestv, the tragic has first responders from californiadfw and jumping in to save precious wildlife from the blaze! 🐾♥️
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