Forum on the Road: Santa Rosa, Six Months Post-Wildfires

52 min
at 9:00 AM
A rock in a tree outside of Santa Rosa's Luther Burbank Center for the Arts reads, "Sonoma County Strong."  (Photo: Amanda Stupi/KQED)

The devastating wildfires that struck the North Bay last October claimed 24 lives and destroyed more than 3,000 homes and businesses in Santa Rosa alone.  As we approach the six-month mark since the fires, we'll talk with county residents about where they are in reconstructing their lives.

Guests:
Jeff Okrepkie, lost home in Coffey Park; president, Coffey Strong
Anne Dubay, lost home in rural area between Santa Rosa and Calistoga
Chris Keys, lost home in Santa Rosa; director of shelter and recovery ministries, Redwood Gospel Mission
Dayren Torres, lost family rental home in Santa Rosa, currently living in FEMA RV

Music:
The Crux, Coalsack: the Pilgrim
Trebuchet, She'll Be Fine

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