Creating sustainable long-term recovery : it takes all of us

Abstract/Description: The 2020 Labor Day Wildfires were the most destructive in state history, claiming nine lives, 4,000 homes and businesses and burning more than 1 million acres. As of November 2021, the vast majority of properties lost in the fires have been cleared of ash and debris and communities are working to rebuild in a thoughtful, sustainable and equitable manner. In this video, hear from recovery specialists and community organizations in the Rogue Valley on how they answered the call to help immediately following the Almeda Fire and the collaboration that is laying the groundwork for the massive long-term recovery effort in the region.
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Disaster relief -- Oregon -- Rogue River Valley (Klamath County-Curry County)
Wildfires -- Oregon -- Rogue River Valley (Klamath County-Curry County)
Date Issued: [2021]